In this first issue for 2017 congratulations are in order for Averil Mawdsley for 20 years' service with Southern Adult Literacy Inc.
Natural disasters shake us in body (shock, heart rate and breathing), heart (anxiety, sadness and anger) and mind (confusion, pessimism and worry).
Students from Literacy Waitākere have recently published their writing in:
Published in the Waikato Journal of Education this article reviews current research about three short focused literacy, language and numeracy programmes designed to assist New Zealand Māori adult students and their whānau.
Nearly $200,000 will help North Otago businesses improve their health and safety status as well as their productivity by maximising employees’ literacy, numeracy and communication skills.
"NZ Post worked with Literacy Aotearoa to introduce a pilot programme to the International Mail Centre, called Take Off."