Wollongong walkers share strong views on our youngsters' literacy skills

Joel Ehsman
Updated February 13 2024 - 2:46pm, first published February 12 2024 - 3:02pm
Pictured clockwise from top left are Jennifer Anne Bayly, Amber Buckmaster, Kim Di Leva, Ed Micallef, Gillian Burton and Phillip Wall. Pictures by Joel Ehsman.
Pictured clockwise from top left are Jennifer Anne Bayly, Amber Buckmaster, Kim Di Leva, Ed Micallef, Gillian Burton and Phillip Wall. Pictures by Joel Ehsman.

A small sample of Wollongong locals believe a national report into literacy skills should be taken seriously.

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Joel Ehsman

Joel Ehsman

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Reporter at the Illawarra Mercury, experiencing life near the beach.

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