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Catalyst. Issue 2, Fall 2008.

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Catalyst, a quarterly newsletter from the Institute's Communications Office, contains news, information, and features about the programs and services of the National Institute for Literacy. Contents of this issue include: (1) Shanahan on the National Early Literacy Panel Report: What's in Store; (2) Director's Message; (3) Representative Fattah to Host Congressional Black Caucus Forum on Literacy; (4) The Institute Welcomes Debi Basu; (5) Literacy Begins at Home and in the Barbershop; (6) From Non-Reader to Acclaimed Author, John Corcoran Keeps Turning Pages; (7) Two-Year Bridges to Practice Evaluation Nears Completion; and (8) The Science of Learning Disabilities.

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Author:Hawkins, B. Denise, Ed.
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Periodical review
Date:Jan 1, 2008
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