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Possible Cuts to Federal Programs May Impact Literacy
Posted by Peter Waite on March 01, 2017
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Spring is traditionally budget season in Washington, D.C., and this spring will bring a number of recommendations and proposals that may give us a hint of what is to come for adult literacy at the federal level. For instance, last week, it was suggested that a number of federal programs that support literacy programs may be on the “hit list” for elimination. 


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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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What's Next After the 2016 Election?
Posted by Peter Waite on November 09, 2016 in categoryAdvocacycategoryMember Tips
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What's Next After the 2016 Election?

The 2016 presidential race has come to an end. Here's what we must do, now.


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Will the Next President Care About Adult Literacy?
Posted by Peter Waite on August 05, 2016 in categoryAdvocacy
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 Will the Next President Care About Adult Literacy?

The major party conventions are over and the presidential election is entering its final phase, but will the next president care about adult literacy?


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Senator Ted Cruz Responds to ProLiteracy
Posted by Peter Waite on June 23, 2016 in categoryNewscategoryAdvocacy
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Senator Ted Cruz Responds to ProLiteracy

ProLiteracy is pleased that we did receive a response from Senator Ted Cruz to our Presidential Survey.

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