Australian Journal of Adult Learning Volume 51, Number 3, November Promoting literacy for adults with intellectual disabilities in a community-based service organisation Karen B. Moni, Anne Jobling, Michelle Morgan and Jan Lloyd The University of Queensland Despite the importance of and advocacy for developing literacy. There are a range of organisations and activities in Australia that support and promote adult learning and literacy. Organisations such as the Australian Council for Adult Literacy provide leadership in debate on adult literacy and numeracy policy and practices, while activities such as Adult Learner's week, held annually around Australia, aim to promote adult learning and highlight the range of learning options .
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Sep 01, · But, given this coming week is National Literacy and Numeracy Week, it's also worth noting that if you can read, write and do basic arithmetic in Australia. National research indicates that around 45% of the adult population in Australia have 'poor' or 'very poor' literacy skills*. Good teaching in adult literacy is founded on an understanding of language and literacy as social practice. The student should be regarded as a .
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