Language and literacy are the foundation
of social, academic and occupational success. The 25%
of Canadian adults, who can barely read simple printed
materials, cannot share in that lifetime success. In
most cases, adult communication deficiencies can be
traced back to early childhood. This is the focus of
The Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network.
Valuable work has been done and continues
today in solving language and literacy deficiencies,
however, too much of this work is done in isolation.
Too many walls exist between the science, the policies
and the services provided for our children.
It is our goal to help in the generation,
integration and dissemination of good science and make
that knowledge available without bias to the professionals
who serve our children.
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