By Caroline Lee

Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory December, 1875 Ash Barker and his brother had near to outfitted their ranch right into a good fortune whilst he went and busted his arm attempting to tame a very nasty mustang. Now they’re headed into Cheyenne’s harsh iciness with fewer fingers, and a truly actual probability of failure. they want anyone else—anyone else—out there with them, to make it via this season. Molly Murray’s dream of possessing her personal bakery went up in flames with the nice Chicago fireplace. She’s been assisting her more youthful sisters for the final 4 years, and it sort of feels just like the Cheyenne wasteland may be her final probability to provide all of them a true domestic. yet nobody will lease her, till she meets the intimidatingly masculine, awfully good-looking, and intensely determined Ash Barker. Can their designated households mix in time to rejoice their first genuine Cheyenne Christmas?

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These recent immigrants, on average, had TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT FOR ADULTS: IMPROVING FOUNDATION SKILLS – ISBN-978-92-64-03990-2 © OECD 2008 38 – 2. WHO ARE THE LEARNERS? DATA FROM INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL SURVEYS lower scores than established immigrants. ALL survey results for Norway found that within the immigrant population, 69% are at risk (Level 1 on at least one of the literacy tests), as compared to 12% of the total adult population (OECD and Statistics Canada, 2005; Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training and Vox/Norwegian Institute for Adult Education, 2008).

The 2002 Survey on Daily Life in France, conducted by the Institut national de la statistique et des études economiques (INSEE, or National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies) and the Agence nationale de lutte contre l’illetrisme (ANLCI, or the National Agency for the Fight Against Illiteracy). The survey draws upon a representative sample of 10 000 adults between the ages of 18 and 65. It includes tests on reading, writing and numeracy, as well as home-based interviews (see Illetrisme: les chiffres, ANLCI and INSEE, 2006).

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