Create Your Legacy of Literacy With a Planned Gift
Posted by Lara Pimentel on May 23, 2016
Create your legacy of literacy with a planned gift - ProLiteracy

Making a gift to ProLiteracy is always appreciated, and can be easier than you think. Here is a list of ways you can give today, or build your legacy for tomorrow.

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Ruth Colvin Named New York State Senate Woman of Distinction
Posted by Michele Bellso on May 13, 2016

Ruth Colvin and Senator DeFrancisco during the New York State Women of Distinction award ceremony.

New York State Sen. John A. DeFrancisco named Ruth Johnson Colvin as a 2016 New York State Senate Woman of Distinction at an event this week.

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What ProLiteracy's Vice President Has Learned at the Ireland International Conference on Education in Dublin
Posted by Peter Waite on May 10, 2016 in categoryStories from the FieldcategoryNews

I am recently back from representing ProLiteracy at the Ireland International Conference on Education held in Dublin, Ireland. The conference was a mix of representatives from around the world discussing...

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5 Great Graduation Gift Ideas
Posted by Dee Cater on May 03, 2016 in categoryMember Tips

It is graduation season, and millions of Americans will be giving gifts to honor the achievements of the graduates in their life. While money is arguably the most popular gift, you don’t want your gift to get lost in the shuffle. Here are 5 out-of-the-box ideas to make your graduation gift stand out and make a lasting impression. 

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Adult Learner Stories: I Couldn’t Spell Green

In 1950s rural Kentucky, a young boy was trying to balance his chores on the farm with his school work. Henry’s family, most of them not formally educated, was not enjoying the benefits of the post-war...

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