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Welcome to Florida's Adult and Family Literacy Resource Center

Literacy News

Travel Assistance Now Available for the 2020 Florida Literacy Conference
Apply for the Kerri Masley Conference Scholarship Here
Apply Now through April 15 for the Advancing Innovation in Adult Education Project
Call for 2020 Literacy Award Nominations — Deadline Extended to March 3
Call for Essays Deadline Extended — Now Accepting Submissions for 2020 Adult Learner Essay Book until February 18
Join us for Facilitated Online Tutor Training Courses — February 12 - March 3
Register for the 17th Annual Literacy Leadership Institute — March 9-10
Dollar General Adult Literacy Grants — Applications Due February 20
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
Registration Now Open for the 2020 Florida Literacy Conference
Medical News Today - Illiteracy May Triple Dementia Risk
COABE Journal - Edition on Leadership
FLC Announces 2019 Financial Literacy Grantees
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..235 Maitland Ave. S #102

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