Routledge celebrates International Literacy Day
As part of our Corporate Responsibility programme, Routledge is pleased to announce a new partnership between Routledge and The National Literacy Trust. As one of the UK’s leading independent literacy charities, The National Literacy Trust transforms lives through literacy by supporting those who struggle with literacy and the people who work with them. Their ongoing commitment to improving children’s literacy reflects Routledge’s dedication to the enrichment of learning in the UK and around the world.
Routledge will be sponsoring three of their key publications in Autumn 2011, including their free full-colour A4 resource School’s Guide to Literacy which is being mailed to 25,000 schools across the UK at the end of September. Packed with the latest research on literacy, as well as practical ideas for how teachers can assess and improve literacy in their school, it complements perfectly many of the key professional titles on our Fulton/Routledge literacy list, which will of course, be promoted to these 25,000 schools alongside the guide.
In 2012 and beyond, we hope to build upon our relationship with the National Literacy Trust, work more closely on specific publications as a result of our corporate sponsorship and explore ways in which we can support one another with the common aim of raising literacy standards in school and at home.
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International Literacy Day takes place on 8th September, raising awareness of and concern for literacy issues across the world. In celebration of this important event, Routledge are delighted to introduce the International Literacy Day collection. Find out more about the latest research in the field of Literacy and Language Learning, with FREE access to selected articles throughout September.