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Whose Knowledge Counts in Government Literacy Policies?: Why Expertise Matters


reviewed by Marcelle M. Haddix & Brandi Williams — May 14, 2015

coverTitle: Whose Knowledge Counts in Government Literacy Policies?: Why Expertise Matters
Author(s): Kenneth S. Goodman, Robert C. Calfee & Yetta M. Goodman (Eds.)
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 0415858011, Pages: 237, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 14, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17965, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 9:56:38 AM

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  • Marcelle Haddix
    Syracuse University School of Education
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    MARCELLE HADDIX, PhD, is a Dean’s Associate Professor and program director of English education in the Syracuse University School of Education.
  • Brandi Williams
    Syracuse University School of Education
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    BRANDI N. WILLIAMS is a doctoral student in Reading and Language Arts in the Syracuse University School of Education.
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