Literacy [noun]

Definition of Literacy:

ability to read

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Sentence/Example of Literacy:

That’s why internet literacy is fundamental to any well-informed society.

Depending on which part of the country they live in, what languages they speak, what their literacy levels are, the experience can really vary.

Learning growth rates are substantially higher in grades K–2 than in later grades, and failure to understand the building blocks of numeracy and literacy in those early years can lead to academic difficulties later.

While the research isn’t quite strong enough yet to make general recommendations, simply increasing your body literacy is beneficial.

As a slower, clunkier way to explore the internet, they revel in not being the definitive source, just a source, says Mike Caulfield, a digital literacy expert at Washington State University.

So, you know, the lack of information literacy really does have extremely dangerous consequences in India.

This dramatic expansion exposed the widespread lack of information literacy.

One recurring theme in that feedback was the project’s usefulness as an educational tool, especially as media literacy becomes increasingly important in the classroom and in the world at large.

In a 2018 study conducted by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, over 25,000 American adults were surveyed on financial literacy.

Basic data fluency is a requirement not just for most good jobs, but also for navigating life more generally, whether it is in terms of financial literacy, making good choices about our own health, or knowing who and what to believe.