Examples of literacy in a Sentence
The program is intended to promote adult literacy among people who have had very little schooling.
Their goal is to achieve basic literacy.
Recent Examples of literacy from the Web
Along with tax filing help, filers have access to financial literacy programs offered by VITA sponsors United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut and The Village for Families & Children.
Establishing a State Seal of Civics Literacy HB 2561 allows the Superintendent of Public Instruction to create a State Seal of Civics literacy program and award certificates to students who earn a high level of proficiency.
Apple wanted to bring its devices into every school in America, to usher in an era of computer literacy and education.
Its model focuses on literacy and features small class sizes, personalized advising and social services.
But consider that a 2015 study of 75 developed nations ranked American teens 25th in science literacy behind countries those same kids probably couldn't find on a map (Estonia, anyone?).
Check out a workshop on email marketing, sourcing capital for your business; and Thinking Money, a month-long exhibit on financial literacy, at NSU’s library in Davie.
This was highlighted most recently in a March 6 report from the Education Trust-Midwest that showed declines in third-grade literacy among every demographic group, including higher-income students and white students.
Indian officials are rightly proud of boosting female literacy and school attendance.
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First Known Use of literacy
LITERACY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of literacy for English Language Learners
: the ability to read and write
: knowledge that relates to a specified subject
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