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Literacy and Numeracy in Wales: National Assembly for Wales Research paper

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  • Law
  • Political Science

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National Assembly for Wales Research paper Literacy and Numeracy in Wales June 2013 Research Service The National Assembly for Wales is the democratically elected body that represents the interests of Wales and its people, makes laws for Wales and holds the Welsh Government to account. The Research Service provides expert and impartial research and information to support Assembly Members and committees in fulfilling the scrutiny, legislative and representative functions of the National Assembly for Wales. Research Service briefings are compiled for the benefit of Assembly Members and their support staff. Authors are available to discuss the contents of these papers with Members and their staff but cannot advise members of the general public. We welcome comments on our briefings; please post or email to the addresses below. An electronic version of this paper can be found on the National Assembly website at: www.assemblywales.org/research Further hard copies of this paper can be obtained from: Research Service National Assembly for Wales Cardiff Bay CF99 1NA Email: [email protected] Twitter: @NAWResearch © National Assembly for Wales Commission Copyright 2013 The text of this document may be reproduced free of charge in any format or medium providing that it is reproduced accurately and not used in a misleading or derogatory context. The material must be acknowledged as copyright of the National Assembly for Wales Commission and the title of the document specified. Enquiry no: 13/0887 Paper number: 13 /039 National Assembly for Wales Research paper Literacy and Numeracy in Wales June 2013 Michael Dauncey This research paper sets out the context of the Welsh Government’s policy interventions in respect of literacy and numeracy and seeks to explain the importance with which these are being undertaken. The paper gives details of the new Literacy and Numeracy Framework, which becomes a statutory requirement from September 2013,

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