13 Jun Hotline Report from the field in latest ProLiteracy
Check out the latest issue of ProLiteracy’s research journal, Adult Literacy Education: The International Journal of Literacy, Language, and Numeracy.
This issue has a number of articles from Australia including:
- A Report From the Field highlighting the role of the Hotline and challenges it faces
- Ralf St. Clair reviews NSW literacy legend Pam Osmond’s book Developing Social Equity in Australian Adult Education: Lessons from the Past.
- Keiko Yasukawa from UTS Sydney leads off on a forum discussion with her article on Problematizing the Imperative to Innovate: An Examination of Innovations in Adult Literacy Innovation and Adult Literacy
- Bob Boughton looks at literacy campaigns in Timor-Leste and Australia in his article Mass Literacy Campaigns: A Way Back to the Future?
ProLiteracy is an international adult literacy and basic education membership organisation based in the United States. It provides extensive professional development and global advocacy for access to literacy.