Good News – Increased funding for adult literacy in Ontario

July 3rd, 2009 by Maria Moriarty

Yesterday the  Ontario Minister for Training  Colleges and Universities,  The Honorable John Milloy announced a significant one-time increase ( for 2009-2010) of $33 million to support adult literacy learning in the province.  $25 million will go to community-based, college and school board literacy programs, $5 million will be allocated to expand online literacy  learning opportunities, […]

The Digital Divide, Computer Use, Basic Skills and Employment

December 19th, 2008 by Maria Moriarty

The  National Research and Development Centre for adult literacy and numeracy, in the UK has  recently released a Resarch Summary – The  Digital Divide, Computer Use, Basic Skills and Employment – outlining the findings of a  4 year long comparative study  of  digital skills, basic skills and employment  which was conducted in London, England and Protland, […]

Literacy in the future – the future of literacy in Canada

June 17th, 2008 by Maria Moriarty

The Canadian Council on Learning has just released  Reading the Future – the first report of its kind in Canada providing detailed estimates of Canadian literacy levels through 2031. Based on  analysis and sythesis of data from the  International Adult Literacy and Skills Survery (IALSS ) the report argues that the proportion of adults with […]

Workplace Learning

April 7th, 2008 by Maria Moriarty

Currently Canada is lagging behind both the U.S. and the U.K. in the  in the area of workplace learning  and there is an increasing awareness of the critical importance of workplace learning to address future labour market needs in light of an aging workforce and rapid technological change. So says a just-released report, Employer Investment in Workplace Learning  prepared by […]

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