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3 Reasons Behind the Digital Detox of E-book Readers
Posted by Jennifer Paulding on February 27, 2017
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What is a physical copy of a book to you? Reading a printed book is a more relaxed and focused experience when compared to reading on a digital device. Your eyes don’t have to strain against that blue light projecting from the screen of an e-book. And without all the distractions, interactions, hyperlinks and multi-functions, you have the ability to digest any length of literature uninterrupted. 

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Top 5 Mobile Games and Apps for Adult Learners
Posted by Ben Davis on February 09, 2017
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Top 5 Mobile Games and Apps for Adult Learners

Gen Xers and Millenials have grown up playing video games and using technology. With the growing reliance on smartphones, people are constantly connected. Knowing this, I wanted to find ways to help adult learners practice important education skills in a fun, convenient way.


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ProLiteracy’s Response to Executive Order Limiting Immigration
Posted by Kevin Morgan on February 03, 2017 in categoryAdvocacy
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ProLiteracy’s Response to Executive Action on Immigration

Recent changes implemented as a result of President Donald Trump’s executive order limiting immigration and travel from some countries have begun to adversely impact adult literacy students and programs throughout the nation.


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Here are Betsy DeVos’ Answers to Sen. Murray’s Questions on Adult Education
Posted by Ben Davis on February 02, 2017 in categoryNewscategoryAdvocacy
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During her confirmation hearing for education secretary, Betsy DeVos was asked about adult education. Here are the questions and her answers: 


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ProLiteracy’s Vice President’s Thoughts on the Changes at the Department of Education
Posted by Peter Waite on February 01, 2017 in categoryAdvocacy
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As I head to Washington, D.C., for a series of meetings with a number of congressional representatives and staff, I think it is important to underscore the significant changes we are expecting in the federal education landscape.


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