Adult Literacy By the Numbers
Posted by Laura McLoughlin on January 13, 2022 in categoryStories from the FieldcategoryNewscategoryAdvocacy

Each year, we ask our member programs to submit data so we can compile the Annual Statistical Report, which gives a snapshot of the current trends within the adult literacy field. 

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Learning English Brings Her Goals into Focus

Edis Canales will be the first to tell you she is shy. While that might be true, she won’t hesitate to tell you what she aspires to. "My dream is to be a nurse,” she said. “I like to help people and make people feel better.” 


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Partner Program in Rwanda Promotes Women’s Human Rights through Education

ProLiteracy works with partners throughout the world to provide the basic human right of education, and today, on Human Rights Day, we want to highlight the latest initiative of SEVOTA, our partner program in Rwanda.  

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Affordable Housing Communities Use Mobile Learning Fund to Teach English
Posted by Laura McLoughlin on November 23, 2021 in categoryStories from the Field

Community Housing Works’ mission is to meet the needs of its residents. It does this by providing resources that will help residents take ownership of their lives and become financially stable. As part of this initiative, the nonprofit offers a number of resources including English as a second language 


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Prison Education Program Lifts Voices from the Inside

.A nonprofit organization in Miami, Florida, believes in the power of educationby teaching self-expression through writing. 

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