End Illiteracy in English

The problem of English functional illiteracy is a very real nightmare, but the solution is easier than you would ever dare to dream.

Past History Demands Present Action

Absolutely nothing done in the last ninety years has made a statistically significant improvement in the shockingly high percentage of U.S. students who leave school unable to read English well enough to be functionally literate. The second revision of Let’s End Our Literacy Crisis, to be published in January 2012 by American University & Colleges Press, presents the solution to this problem. The method proposed in the book for solving our literacy crisis has been recommended by numerous educational and linguistic experts for more than 250 years, and thirty-three nations both smaller and larger than the U.S. and both advanced and developing nations have made the type of change the book proposes — but it has never been tried in English. Furthermore, all major objections to what it proposes have been conclusively debunked by several very competent scholars, such as Thomas R. Lounsbury, LL.D, L.H.D., emeritus professor of English, Yale University, in his book, Spelling and Spelling Reform, published in 1909! As a means of avoiding change, however, skeptics keep repeating the same disproven arguments. As our culture has become more complex, the problem of functional illiteracy has now reached crisis proportions, and it is long past time to make the revolutionary changes this book proposes. To see an introduction to the humanitarian project proposed in this exciting, breakthrough book, click on this website: http://LearnToReadNow.org.

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