National center for the study of adult learning and literacy

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The ALD connects employers, learners, volunteers, social service providers, and others to current information about literacy programs in all 50 states and the U. The site contains resources such as a practitioner's toolkit as well as various facts about ESL learners. CTCNet provides resources and advocacy to improve the quality and sustainability of community technology centers and programs at the local, national, and international level. The page has statistics, research, resources for professional development and employment, a discussion group, standards, and accreditation information.

National Coalition for Literacy

Adult Literacy – National Coalition for Literacy

Either your web browser doesn't support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter case, please turn on Javascript support in your web browser and reload this page. Free to read. Significant differences in demographic, academic, and life experience variables between the adult learners with and without SLD included: prior participation in special education, having both an SLD diagnosis and a high school diploma, low reading scores, middle age, and negative perceptions about limitations due to reading abilities.

National Adult Literacy Center Established at Harvard Graduate School of Education

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By bringing together an ambitious program of scholarship with a focused, practical action agenda, the Adult Literacy Center will offer immediate assistance to educational programs that serve adults. We are delighted to be part of the solution to one of the nation's most urgent problems. The NALS found that 21 percent of adult Americans, approximately 40 million people, have extremely limited reading, writing, and computational skills, and another 27 percent, almost 50 million people, have marginal skills and may have difficulty for example, understanding a simple appliance warranty. Some need to improve literacy skills or study for a high school diploma.