Libraries News Round-up: 8th September 2014

THE BOOKSELLER : 8th SeptemberLead Story: New coalition to tackle UK 'reading crisis'http://www.thebookseller.com/news/coalition-tackle-uk-reading-crisis.htmlTHE GUARDIAN : 8th SeptemberPoor reading 'could cost UK £32bn in growth by 2025'  http://www.theguardian.com/education/2014/sep/08/reading-literacy-uk-cbi-schools-read-on-get-on-campaignSave The Children : September…

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  1. adrienne 4 years ago

    Its not just Redditch and Alvechurch. There’s Rubery, Catshill and Bromsgrove all being targeted for Closure by the County Council. This is a huge swathe of North Worcestershire. Besides the education facilities provided by books, it will also affect access to computers. This will directly affect those who are the poorest in society who rely on library computers for job applications, homework and Universal Credit claims (which are only processed on-line) .
    The campaign is starting…….

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