The definition of literacy is changing

Cano, Angele
January 2012
Hub (Hay River, NT);1/25/2012, Vol. 39 Issue 47, p6
The article discusses the effort of Northwests Territories organizations, such as Hay River Literacy Society, to use more than just books to promote literacy in the Family Literacy Day.


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