Every Which Way We Can (2005): A literacy and social inclusion position paper

Added 01 Feb 2005

Read about key factors for successful literacy practice with adults and children most at risk. This review also provides a model for building parental skills, which takes into account the issues raised.

This paper reviews the evidence on social inclusion and its relationship with literacy and provides a resource for those concerned with issues in this field. It raises some of the challenges in the then policy climate, and proposes a "literacy vision", outlining the "perfect literacy system" that best supports those of all ages most at risk from their poor or underdeveloped literacy or language skills.