Integrated Literacy in Mali

  title={Integrated Literacy in Mali},
  author={Jane S. Turrittin},
  journal={Comparative Education Review},
  pages={59 - 76}
  • J. Turrittin
  • Published 1 February 1989
  • Economics
  • Comparative Education Review
The spread of literacy takes place through complex social processes that, in the twentieth century, involve activities at the international, national, and local levels. While literacy campaigns are tied to efforts to promote national consolidation, success at the local level is dependent on more than resource input. The degree of literacy itself, who becomes literate and how, and the uses literates make of their skills once they achieve them are very much outcomes of local perceptions about… 
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