Preventing literacy failure

There will always be some children who need help learning to read and write, and early interventions can prevent long-term literacy failure, says Sue Burroughs-Lange

LITERACY IS AN EXPECTATION and a right. It has become a universal measure of educational quality, and a focus of international comparison. A normal distribution curve is no longer acceptable – every child needs to achieve literacy.

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Published

May 2009