The report is based on a survey conducted among 1,500 literacy leaders from almost 90 countries and territories from across the world.
An analysis of survey findings from a cross-sector of literacy leaders from Argentina to Zambia indicates a need to redirect conversations around literacy with a focus on what is important to literacy educators. Identifying these gaps, and then developing solutions to narrow them, will help the global community move the needle on literacy.
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