April 29, 1987
Vol. 06, Issue 31
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PAGE 28 - Commentary
Readers of Education Week are well informed of the proliferation of types of literacy. They have found, along with stories on adult literacy, several page 1 articles within the past year on other kinds: computer, scientific, religious, economic, and, finally, cultural literacy. Such proliferation makes one question the very meaning of the word.
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