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Why Can't Grandma Read? Intergenerational Illiteracy in Baltimore

Why Can't Grandma Read?Join us for a morning of dynamic speakers, and stimulating conversation with experts, educators and service providers committed to eradicating intergenerational illiteracy, addressing the learning differences that challenge low literacy adults and promoting lifelong reading and learning.

The Moderator was Marcy Kolodny leading a panel including: Ulysses D. Archie Jr., Kalman R. Hettleman and   Ben Shifrin.

Why Can't Grandma Read: Intergenerational Illiteracy in Baltimore was a conference presented by the Enoch Pratt Free LibraryBaltimore Reads, Inc., and the Dyslexia Tutoring Program.


Recorded On: Wednesday, June 23, 2010
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