NESF to study child literacy and social inclusion- 2009
The National Economic and Social Forum (NESF) has been asked by the Government to focus on the Irish experience of successful and unsuccessful implementation of official policies. As part of this, an NESF Project Team, chaired by Professor Áine Hyland, has been set up to examine policies on child literacy and social inclusion.
Have you information and stories to share with the Project Team?
The NESF would like to know more about your experiences of child literacy initiatives in primary schools and communities experiencing social exclusion.They are particularly interested in hearing from teachers, support teachers, principals, parents and members of the community.
Sr Mary Reynolds, rsm, (Director, CORI Education) is a member of the team producing this report. Sr Brigid Reynolds sm, (Director, CORI Justice) is a member of the NESF.
Submissions to the Project Team can be made by way of a letter, email, phone call or a short report. For more information on how to make a submission, please contact:
Dr. Jeanne Moore
National Economic and Social Forum
16 Parnell Square
Dublin 1, Ireland
t 353.1.814 63 61
lo-call 1890 203 006
f 353.1.814 63 01
Guidelines on this, as well as the Terms of Reference for the Team’s work, are available from Dr Jeanne Moore as well as on the NESF’s website www.nesf.ie.
The closing date for receipt of submissions is the 12th December, 2008.
As these may be published, please let us know if you would prefer your submission to remain anonymous.
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