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# Literacy

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Cross-department approach could help tackle Ireland's rate of illiteracy - report
Our primary school pupils are getting better at reading and maths
Opinion: 'You never feel embarrassed to admit you don’t understand something'
Darren Bermingham
Opinion: Don't despair if your child doesn't love to read – it's all about finding the right book
Aoife Murray
Should official forms use less jargon?
One-in-10 Irish children can't read properly when leaving school
Literacy to be targeted with the 'priority it deserves' at local level
Mobile phones found to help boost literacy rates in developing countries
Irish teens above average in maths, reading and science 'despite damaging cuts'
International study shows parental need to help child literacy
Speech and language therapy recommended for kids in disadvantaged areas
Literacy difficulties lead to 5 per cent reduction in earnings
Tallaght children graduate with improved literacy skills
Calls made to prioritise training for unemployed with literacy, numeracy difficulties
Events being held across Ireland to celebrate World Book Day
Californian school criticised after ex-porn star took part in reading promotion
Column: ‘Constant fear’ – what it’s like not being able to read or write
Chris Potts
Junior Cert cut to eight subjects under new government plan
Irish teens have high online literacy level
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