While America has made great strides in tackling adult literacy in recent decades, the 1992 National Assessment of Adult Literacy indicates that as many as 21-23 percent - or some 40 to 44 million of the 191 million adults in this country - demonstrated skills in the lowest level of proficiency. The goal of the National Assessment of Adult Literacy is to establish a clear and present picture of this problem and measure the progress in addressing the challenge.


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