Translation of literacy in Spanish:


alfabetismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɪdərəsi/ /ˈlɪtrəsi/ /ˈlɪt(ə)rəsi/

Definition of alfabetismo in Spanish


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    alfabetismo masculine
    adult literacy is below 50% más del 50% de los adultos son analfabetos
    • courses in computer literacy cursos de familiarización con la informática
    • literacy program programa de alfabetización
    • literacy teaching alfabetización
    • literacy test prueba de alfabetización
    • Innovative programmes successfully encouraged adults to develop their literacy and numeracy skills.
    • One in five adults has poor literacy skills and it is many of these who cannot find employment.
    • Its treasures must be plundered and used to fund literacy programmes and childcare.
    • There is work on effective teaching initiatives and initiatives for adult literacy.
    • Ms Clark said that while the Government was taking steps to tackle the problem of low adult literacy, there is still much work to be done.
    • But the yardstick to measure the literacy rate is just the ability to read and write one's name.
    • Work will also be carried out to promote family literacy and numeracy projects, such as staging adult learning classes.
    • If you've got too much cash, give it to an adult literacy program or some other charity.
    • It outlawed literacy tests and poll taxes as a way of assessing whether anyone was fit or unfit to vote.
    • The government has concentrated its efforts more on youth than on adult literacy.
    • The identification of adult literacy as a major problem has, of course, been a focus of this Government.
    • It also helps parents and carers to ‘brush up’ on their own skills in literacy and numeracy.
    • Less than 40 percent of children complete primary school and functional adult literacy is as low as 22 percent.
    • Thus, the parents have not had many opportunities to use and improve their English literacy.
    • Her students must not only develop literacy in their first language but also prepare themselves to survive academically in English.
    • What then happens to efforts to increase female literacy and encourage girls to go to school?
    • Recently, these schools began restructuring their early literacy programs in both English and Spanish.
    • We have recently seen many important educational policy initiatives in the area of children's literacy.
    • The variety of language used at home and school has a direct bearing on children's literacy.
    • There is low literacy among the survey population, and this was an additional limitation.