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2009 - 2 Publications 2008 - 1 Publications 2008 - 2 Publications 2007 - 2 Publications 2002 - 4 Publications
1997 - 3 Publications 1996 - 4 Publications 1995 - 16 Publications 1994 - 10 Publications


2009

  • What Should All Adults Know? - (0200-32) PDF format
  • A Closer Look at Spelling - (0200-31) PDF format


    2008

  • Elements for Better Writing from the Writing Next Report: A Closer Look at Word Processing, Sentence Combining, and Prewriting - (0200-30) PDF format

  • Elements for Better Writing from the Writing Next Report: A Closer Look at Collaborative Writing and Specific Product Goals - (0200-29) PDF format \


    2007

  • Elements for better writing from the Writing Next report: A closer look at Strategies and Summarizing - (0200-28) PDF format

  • Elements for Better Writing from the Writing Next Report - (0200-27) PDF format
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    2002

  • Authentic Literacy Instruction - (0200-26) PDF format

  • Scientifically-Based Reading Research: A Primer for Adult and Family Literacy Educators - (0200-25) PDF format

  • Effective Implementation of a Basic Skills Training Program: Lessons Learned - (0200-24) PDF format

  • Strategies That Work: What Does the Evidence Tell Us? - (0200-23) PDF format
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    1997

  • A Review of "A Study of the Spelling Development of Adult Literacy Learners Compared with that of Classroom Children" - (0200-22) HTML format

  • Adult Literacy in the United States: A Compendium of Quantitative Data and Interpretive Comments - (0200-21) HTML format

  • Teacher Research: Getting Started - (0200-20) HTML format
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    1996

  • Working with Learning Disableded Writers: Some Perspectives - (0200-19) HTML format

  • Whole Language in ABLE--Just Do It! - (0200-18) HTML format

  • Marketing Adult Literacy Programs: Meeting the Challenges in the 21st Century - (0200-17) HTML format

  • Appalachian/African-American Cultural Education Project - (0200-16) HTML format
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    1995

  • Issues in Reading Instruction - (0200-15) HTML format

  • Text Considerations in Literacy Teaching and Learning - (0200-14) HTML format

  • Positive Outcomes of Group Learning in the ABLE Classroom - (0200-13) HTML format

  • Bringing Children's Books to Adult Literacy Classrooms - (0200-12) HTML format

  • Increasing Retention Through Student Success - (0200-11) HTML format

  • Administering Adult Literacy Programs: The Role of Strategic Planning - (0200-10) HTML format
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    1994

  • Building on the Strengths of Social Networks - (0200-9) HTML format

  • Guidelines for Planning Action Research Projects - (0200-8) HTML format

  • Profiles of Client Characteristics - (0200-7) HTML format

  • Should Reading-Disabled Adults Be Distinguished from Other Adults - (0200-6) HTML format

  • Family Literacy Programs: Getting Started - (0200-5) HTML format

  • A Review of the Westat Report - (0200-4) HTML format

  • A Quality Workforce - (0200-3) HTML format

  • Adult Literacy in America: A First Look at the Results of the National Adult Literacy Survey - (0200-2) HTML format

  • Inquiry Staff Development - (0200-1) HTML format

  • A First Look at the Results of the National Adult Literacy Survey HTML format
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