The Saskatchewan Literacy Network supports literacy development in three primary areas: at home, at work, and in the community. These pillars represent the interconnected aspects of literacy in our everyday lives across Saskatchewan.
Literacy skills are transferable from one pillar to the next, supporting well-rounded learning and growth throughout life. They are built in the community through sharing information, formal and informal training, hands-on practice, and personal dedication.
The Saskatchewan Literacy Network takes pride in connecting learners with valuable opportunities to grow their literacy skills and confidence, providing professional guidance to literacy practitioners and organizations, and ensuring that literacy skill development remains a key priority in our diverse province.
“From womb to tomb, we are bound to others past and present.”
– Robert Frobisher