World Literacy: How Countries Rank and Why It Matters

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Descriptions : P International literacy assessments have provided ample data for ranking nations charting growth and casting blame Summarizing the findings of these assessments which afford a useful vantage from which to view world literacy as it evolves this book examines literate behavior worldwide in terms of both the ability of populations from a wide variety of nations to read and the practice of literate behavior in those nations Drawing on I The I I Worlds Most Literate Nations I author Jack Millers internationally released study emerging trends in world literacy and their relationships to political economic and social factors are explored Literacy and in particular the practice of literate behaviors is used as a lens through which to view countries economic development gender equality resource utilization and ethnic discrimination Above all this book is about trajectories It begins with historical contexts described in terms of support for literate cultures Based on a variety of data sources these trends are traced to the present and then projected ahead The literate futures of nations are discussed and how these relate to their economic and sociocultural development This book is unique in providing a broader perspective on an intractable problem a vantage point that offers useful insights to inform policy and in bringing together an array of relevant data sources not typically associated with literacy status B P B P P

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