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Welcome to Florida's Adult and Family Literacy Resource Center

Literacy News


The 2020 Florida Literacy Conference Has Gone Virtual!
Watch the Virtual Launch of New GED Math Video App
Free Webinar - What's New in Immigration Law? Changes to the Public Charge Rule Which May Affect Your Students
Free Webinar - Preparing Your Students for the Next Step: Exploring Health Career Opportunities in Florida
2020 Health Literacy Grant Recipients Announced by Florida Blue Foundation and FLC
NCES Releases State & County Adult Literacy & Numeracy Estimates
Free Webinar - Reboot Your Digital Strategy
Resource Roundup: Helping Adult Learners Identify Key Health & Financial Resources During the COVID-19 Emergency
COVID-19 Financial Assistance Resources for Adult Learners
Silent Killer: Epidemic of Low Health Literacy Makes COVID-19 Worse
Helping Adult Learners Understand COVID-19
2020 Census Resources: Prepare Your Students for the US Census
Test Your Health Knowledge: FLC's New Quiz App Aims to Improve Health Literacy
New Online Health Literacy Tutor Training Course Now Available
Henry Mack Appointed FLDOE Chancellor for Career, Technical and Adult Education
Medical News Today - Illiteracy May Triple Dementia Risk
COABE Journal - Edition on Leadership
FLC Announces 2019 Financial Literacy Grantees
New White Paper — FLC Market Research Project on Student Recruitment
Health Literacy Research Journal Focuses on How ABE Can Advance Health Literacy
USA Learns Launches Free App to Help Adults Learn English
New Federal 'Public Charge' Rule Restricts Benefits to Immigrants
PBS News Hour - Why 36 Million American Adults Can't Read Enough to Work - and How to Help Them
Trends in Private-Sector and United Way Funding for Adult Literacy Programs
 
 
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..235 Maitland Ave. S #102

Maitland, FL 32751
..Phone: (407)-246-7110
..Fax: (407)-246 - 7104

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