|Title:||Illiteracy and the Employability of Single Mothers: A Policy and Program Approach|
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|Publisher:||Wider Opportunities for Women (July 1, 1986)|
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policy, and throughout the past century has been used as both a predominantly. labour supply and a labour demand concept. They go on to argue that, nonetheless, the concept is useful in both forms. supply-side focus of the initiative approach is valuable in its generation of a set or. sets of skills, and supporting national and institutional policies and practices, that. can contribute to improving individual employability. There is no single list. of employability skills that can unproblematically be grabbed hold of and applied. to all learning situations. responsibilities while on social assistance: low-income mothers' experiences in. three Canadian provinces. Family Relations 56, 5, 454-66.
What are some causes and effects of illiteracy? IF we can send a people to the moon, should not every person on earth have the ability and opportunity to read and write well? Knowing how to read and write, or being literate, is a prerequisite for succeeding in today’s technologically advanced and quickly evolving global society.
Illiteracy contributes to poverty in numerous ways, both indirect and direct. When the poor man can’t make ends meet with his meager income then he is forced to send his children to work. These children should instead be going to schools and getting education so that when they grow old they can get a higher-earning job and improve their standard of living
Illiteracy has traditionally been viewed as largely a Third World problem. It is seen as having a effect on a country's development. This issue must be alleviated because it is global and many people are suffering. There are many reasons for illiteracy. In conclusion, poverty and the poor education system are two factors contributing to illiteracy rates. To deal with this problem, investment in school infrastructure and the introduction of free education are two viable solutions.