Belgian associations and institutions began providing adult literacy courses approximately ten years ago. At that time, they were working in isolation due to a lack of response from governments and the public as a whole. As in other industrialised countries, illiteracy was generally thought to have been eliminated as a result of compulsory education and modern training methods.
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- Author/Editor: Goffinet; Sylvie Anna; van Damme; Dirk
- Functional illiteracy in Belgium
- UIE; King Baudouin Foundation (Belgium), 1990
- ISBN 92-820-1058-9
- Available in: English, French