A literacy bill of rights

The Literacy Bill of Rights takes and broadens the classic definitions of literacy and looks at it with a new context. This work encourages us to see how students with significant disabilities and literacy go together. It clearly illustrates that all students have the right to literacy.

Yoder, Erickson, and Koppenhaver (1997).  Literacy Bill of Rights found in David E. Yoder, “Having My Say”, AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication 17, 0743-4618 (2001), p. 7.