A Social Transformation Project: Literacy Academy "Lifelong Learning Centre"

Aşıcı, Murat
January 2015
Synergies Turquie;2015, Issue 8, p47
Academic Journal
Developed countries believe that transformation and change of the society, and sustainment of their advanced level in the fields of industry and technology, as well as in education at schools, are dependent upon the projects and operations in the field of literacy. This study is about established a center under the concept of literacy in Turkey which is going on development. Devised as a pioneer organization in education-dependent development, the Literacy Academy's general purpose ensure social, cultural and professional development of individuals by bringing up functional literate individuals. Designed The Literacy Academy, Lifelong Learning Centre will be established in the Marmara University in the first place and then spread with a university in each region, and ultimately, with Literacy Academies to be established in each province in Turkey.


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