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Literacy, language and numeracy across the world

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A call for papers for the 5th NRDC International Conference taking place on the 26th and 27th April 2007 in Nottingham, England

The National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy (NRDC)

5th International Research Conference: April 26-27th, 2007

Hayley Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK

NRDC’s annual international research conference brings together researchers, developers, policy makers and practitioners in the field of post-16 literacy, language and numeracy.

The theme of this year’s conference is how best we can learn from research evidence, developing good and innovative practice emerging in different countries across the world. Adult literacy, numeracy and English for Speakers of other languages (and other second language learning) are important issues across the world, north and south. There are high aspirations for universal literacy and numeracy and access to the knowledge and skills people need to learn and practice in their lives and workplaces.

Further information including booking details will be available over the coming weeks at www.nrdc.org.uk.

If you would be interested in contributing to the conference please read and complete the attached form and return to r.bull@ioe.ac.uk

 

 

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