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Future Directions: Innovations, Tools, and Resources for Global Literacy

In the spirit of the theme for UNESCO’s 50th Anniversary International Literacy Day - Future Directions: Innovations, Tools, and Resources for Global Literacy - USAID and the Global Reading Network hosted technical training sessions on September 9, immediately following International Literacy Day on September 8. 

During these sessions, participants learned about technical issues that are shaping the future of literacy programming, emphasizing quality education, access, and the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals - including the goal that all children learn to read. Ministry representatives, implementing partners, multi-national donor partners, and other stakeholders will contribute to these sessions - looking at solutions to the barriers of the past and envisioning a world in which all children will be proficient readers.

Author(s): 
Bender, Penelope
Jayaram, Shubha
Burnett, Nicholas
Ying, Christopher
Ritzer, Devon
Stern, Jonathan
Heinkel, Luke
Benton-Becker, Antje
Schmidt, Karen
Hiebert, Linda
Sklar, Jennifer
Frazier, Julia
Sinclair, Margaret
McKinney, Rachel
Bilagher, Moritz
Cardoso, Manuel
Montoya, Silvia
Bilagher, Moritz
Gove, Amber
Linan-Thompson, Sylvia
Turner, Brad
Bulat, Jennae
Petitto, Laura-Ann
Cordano, Roberta
Raikes, Abbie
Prouty, Diane
Christina, Rachel
Poehlman, Sara
Date Published: 
Friday, September 9, 2016