The Canadian Centre for Research on Literacy is happy to announce the publication of a new test authored by L.M. Phillips, D.V. Hayward, & S.P. Norris (2016)

The Test of Early Language and Literacy (TELL) is a comprehensive diagnostic assessment of language and literacy for children three to eight years of age with Canadian norms. TELL is designed to determine whether children are at risk of school failure and to identify areas of strength and weakness.

The Canadian Centre for Research on Literacy is happy to announce the publication of this new book

This book specifies the foundation for Adapted Primary Literature (APL), a novel text genre that enables the learning and teaching of science using research articles that were adapted to the knowledge level of high-school students.

From Community to School: Increasing Minority Language Learners’ Access to School Literacy Practices

As a classroom teacher who taught in Aboriginal communities for many years and then as a researcher working with minority language students, I have long questioned why particular groups of minority students tend to under-perform in school.
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