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Literacy News


Call for Essays — Now Accepting Submissions for 2020 Adult Learner
Essay Book
Free Webinar: Strategies for Essay Writing - Helping Adult Learners Become Strong Writers — Dec. 12
Registration Now Open for the 2020 Florida Literacy Conference
Call for Presenters — Submit Your presentation for the 2020 Florida Literacy Conference Here
Medical News Today - Illiteracy May Triple Dementia Risk
What Works Symposium - Research and Practice in Adult Education — Dec. 7
COABE Journal - Edition on Leadership
Test Your Health Knowledge: FLC's New Quiz App Aims to Improve Health Literacy
FLC Announces 2019 Financial Literacy Grantees
New Teacher and Tutor Resource Available: Health Literacy Training Course
Register for Upcoming Regional Teacher/Tutor Symposiums
FLDOE Announces Workforce Education Listening Tour
Health Literacy Research Journal Focuses on How ABE Can Advance Health Literacy
USA Learns Launches Free App to Help Adults Learn English
New White Paper — FLC Market Research Project on Student Recruitment
New Federal 'Public Charge' Rule Restricts Benefits to Immigrants
Governor Ron DeSantis Signs CS/HB 7071: Workforce Education
PBS News Hour - Why 36 Million American Adults Can't Read Enough to Work - and How to Help Them
New ODC White Paper on How U.S. Adult Basic Skills Programs Can Collaborate with Health Partners
COABE Journal - Edition on Prison Literacy
Trends in Private-Sector and United Way Funding for Adult Literacy Programs
ProLiteracy Launches New Research Journal - Adult Literacy Education (ALE), Volume 1
FL. Health Literacy Initiative Featured in Blue Cross Blue Shield National
e-Publication
New Release - Health Careers Guide Now Available in Print and Digital Versions. Order Your Copies Today
New Release - GED Math Videos Resource Page
COABE Journal - Special Edition on Career Pathways
 
 
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