This paper was written as a contribution towards an inquiry into adult and youth literacy in England & Lifelong learning: In, out and beyond work. This article is written from a teacher’s perspective, focusing on students with least developed literacy skills in the 14-19 age range. The paper is a ‘think-piece’, designed to draw attention to some of the key issues relating to this aspect of young people’s education.
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