Creative Literacy

February 2002
Education Journal;Feb2002, Issue 60, p14
Academic Journal
Reports on key issues relevant to education that were discussed during the National Literacy Trust's conference on Creative Links to Literacy in Great Britain. Potential of reaching out to the hard-to-reach effective partnerships between education, libraries and the arts; Policy implications on education.


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