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Thought Leaders on Literacy

by ILA Staff
 | Apr 14, 2015

Although global literacy is a colossal goal that at times may seem difficult to achieve, the reality is that illiteracy is solvable. When like-minded people work together, we are capable of reaching new heights that as individuals we could never achieve. 

That's why the International Literacy Association declared April 14, 2015, Leaders for Literacy Day: to spur a critical discussion on what is required to motivate action and accelerate outcomes for the millions of illiterate people around the world. Here are a few of the responses we received on what is needed to make this the #AgeOfLiteracy:

  • Andreas Schleicher, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development—Literacy for Life

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