Gemma Opens Up the World to Low-Level Adults through Literature
Posted by Laura McLoughlin on June 27, 2022 in categoryNew Readers Press

Trish O’Hare can remember sitting in her yellow bedroom as a young girl, ignoring her mother's calls to get ready for church and soaking in the last pages of Charlotte’s Web. She got to the end and realized she was crying. 

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Enrich Instruction with TABE Online Learning

Even before the pandemic sent classes remote in March 2020, the push toward using digital instructional platforms for blended learning had begun. 

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Classroom Resources for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. During this month we recognize the contributions of Asian and Pacific Americans to our history. 

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National Book Fund Helps Put High School Equivalency in Sight

Elizabeth, 39, took the first steps almost three years ago to obtain her high school equivalency. She had an idea to open her own business, and this would be the first step. With resources from the National Book Fund, she is on her way.

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Write Her Future Program Empowers More Women in Mexico

Based on the overwhelming success of the Write Her Future program in Mexico, PLAMAC is helping us take the initiative to women in suburban communities of San Telmo de Roa and Ex Hacienda de Márquez in the city of Irapuato, Guanajuato! 

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