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Measuring situated literacy activity: Challenges and promises

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A documentation of literacy growth for both adults and their young children within the context of the Literacy for Life Intergenerational Literacy Program, and a consideration of measurement and assessment issues related to family literacy projects, based on data from 17 low-English-literate adults and their 3- to 5-year-old children from two sites in Vancouver, Canada
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