Quick Reads 'overwhelmingly positive' for adult literacy

March 2009
Education (14637073);3/6/2009, Issue 346, p3
The article reports on the results of initiatives by the British National Institute for Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) to promote novella publication and adult literacy. Details are given highlighting the "Quick Reads" program and its reported impact on the overall adult reading level of the nation.


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