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The impact of COVID-19 on literacy

The global pandemic has made us realize how critically important it is, now more than ever, to have access to literacy and learning support.  As communities across the country turn their attention to COVID-19 relief efforts, Frontier College’s literacy programs play a vital part in supporting recovery and ensuring that no one is left behind.

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Fontier College spoke about the impact COVID-19 has on student learning with The Globe and Mail, and Quill and Quire. Find the links to the articles here:

The Globe and Mail: What is one thing we can do about children's learning loss during the pandemic? Put a book in their hands

The Globe and Mail: From graphic novels to audiobooks, tips to get kids reading more

Quill and Quire: COVID-19 exacerbates the existing crisis of early literacy

 
Posted: 7/19/2021 2:54:24 PM by Meredith Roberts


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Literacy is the set of foundational skills that enable an individual “to interpret information, make decision, and solve problems in personal, work, and community life” (Windisch, 2015, p.20)
 
 

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