Michael Gove aims to wipe out illiteracy within a generation

June 2014
Education Journal;6/16/2014, Issue 203, p10
The article discusses Great Britain's Conservative political party's election pledge to strengthen children's reading and math skills and the Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove's statements regarding child illiteracy in England.


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