GRANTS FOR EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS
NEW Mobile Learning Fund provides adult literacy programs and their students with digital education materials to help teach adults to read. Subscriptions and licenses available through the Mobile Learning Fund include the New Readers Press:
- Learning Upgrade – an app proven to teach English, HSE, math, and basic skills faster than traditional methods (also the grand prize winner of the Adult Literacy XPRIZE)
- Voxy EnGen – a digital solution that teaches English to new learners
- Leamos – an online program that teaches basic Spanish reading and writing to native Spanish speakers and prepares them to move onto English language learning
- News for You Online – a digital news source with easy-to-read stories that builds learners’ reading, comprehension, vocabulary, and English skills
Make a Donation to the Mobile Learning Fund
Responding to the Needs of Adult Literacy Programs
Adult literacy instructors are increasingly using technology as a way to supplement or even precipitate learning. While programs are introducing technology, including blended learning, they are often operating without the appropriate technology solutions to support their curriculum—proven solutions that are affordable, easy-to-use, and engaging for learners.
The Mobile Learning Fund builds on ProLiteracy’s rich history of providing quality instructional materials through the National Book Fund. Our goal is to continue building capacity among literacy programs by supporting the adoption of blended learning solutions, thereby helping learners make faster gains and reaching those learners who are on waiting lists or who cannot regularly attend classes.
*** As of 9/9/2021 the Mobile Learning Fund is only accepting applications for Learning Upgrade licenses generously funded by Dollar General Literacy Foundation. If you submit an application for other licenses available we will keep your application on file and contact you as soon as we are able to.***
You can also watch the
Mobile Learning Fund webinar from Fall of 2019 to learn more.
Questions? Please contact Christina Mills, Mobile Learning Fund administrator, at