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Using the Special Collections to map out ‘Early Literacy Attainment’ by Professor Gemma Moss

The following is a guest post by Professor of Education at the Institute, Gemma Moss.  Professor Moss writes about her experience of researching 19th century historical sources on literacy attainment. Last year I completed an ESRC-funded research project investigating the … Continue reading

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