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If you have an idea for a guest post related to adult and family literacy, we would love to hear it! Suggested topics include tutor tips, volunteer info, lesson plans, literacy event recaps, student or tutor stories, promising practices, and so much more. The possibilities are truly endless!

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Literacy practitioner or program administrator

Write about:

  • Your program and its history
  • Nonprofit management—recruitment, development, best practices, etc.
  • Upcoming literacy events in your community

Teacher, Instructor, or Volunteer Tutor

Write about:

  • Helpful instructional methods or resources
  • A day in your life as a teacher or tutor
  • Your students!

Student enrolled in an adult education program

Write about:

  • What motivated you to sign up for classes
  • A day in your life as an adult learner
  • The difficulties you face on a regular basis, and how literacy programs have impacted them

Complete the form below to pitch your guest post to us! The Resource Specialist will be in touch to talk about specifics like length, schedule, and post method.

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