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Literacy News

New Release – GED Math Videos Resource Page
Apply Now: 2018 Florida Financial Literacy Initiative Grant Application is Now Available
Finalists Announced for Adult Literacy XPRIZE
Free Webinars: Strategies for Reading Instruction – June 27 and 29
On Our Way: A Collection of Essays by Florida’s Adult Learners - NOW ONLINE!
Free Webinar: Digital Literacy for Low Level Learners – June 22
Florida Literacy Awards Presented at 34th Annual Florida Literacy Conference
Facilitated ESOL and Basic Literacy Online Tutor Training – June 12 – July 3. Sign up Today!
Florida Blue Foundation Sponsors Statewide Health Literacy Grants Program
New Study Examines Reasons Why People Don’t Participate in Adult Ed and Programs Can Address These Deterrents
RW Johnson Foundation Releases 2018 County Health Rankings
New Release: Investing in Quality: A Blueprint for Adult Literacy Programs and Funders
Annual Community-Based Organization Report Shows Programs Doing Great Work
New ODC Whitepaper: Basic Skills, a Key to Advancing the Workforce
Funding Opportunities: Florida Department of Education
New Release: Health Careers: A guide to Finding Entry-Level Jobs in Health Care
In September 2017, Wells Fargo and FLC Awarded 8 Organizations with Financial Literacy Grants of Up to $5,000
Governor Scott Recognizes September as Florida Adult and Family Literacy Month
Romance Writers Event Raises $44,000 in Florida to Support Literacy
USCIS Announces Citizenship and Integration Grant Opportunities
Volunteer Florida’s Volunteer Generation Fund Grant Application Now Open
Learning to Read and Write Alters Brain Wiring in Adults
National Governor’s Association asks Congress to Support WIOA and Other Education Programs
ProLiteracy Releases Report -The Case for Investment in Adult Basic Education
Florida Health Literacy Initiative Featured in Open Door Collective White Paper
Tutor Training Material Grants Now Available
Why Healthy Communities Need Adult Basic Skills Education
Federal Agencies Release Final WIOA Regulations
Immigrants and WIOA: Comparison of Characteristics of Native and Foreign-born Adults in Florida
Virtual Tutoring Portal: Sign Up Today!
The Widespread Problem of Low Health Literacy
Skills of U.S. Unemployed, Young, and Older Adults in Sharper Focus
Study Shows that ABE Participation Produces Positive Long-Term Outcomes
Making Skills Everyone's Business: A Call to Transform Adult Learning in the U.S.
Balancing School, Work, and Family: Low-Income Parents' Participation in Education and Training
Literacy Students and Tutors Share Their Stories with FLC
Profile of Adult Education in Florida
OECD: Time for the U.S. to Reskill? What the Survey of Adult Skills Says
Center for American Progress: Boosting Adult Educational Skills Can Grow the Middle Class
Turning the Page on Illiteracy –NPR Four Part Series on Adult Education
Education Lowers Prison Recidivism, Study Finds
Policy Brief:   WorkAdvance – A New Approach to Increase Employment Advancement for Low-Skilled Adults
NCEE: What Does It Really Mean to Be College and Work Ready?
The Health Toll of Immigration, NY Times
 
 
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