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What I Learned Working at ProLiteracy
Posted by Katie Davis on August 29, 2017 in categoryStories from the Field
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Our recent intern, Katie Davis, was a treasure to the Marketing division at ProLiteracy. Here is a story of her experience with us, and her new and profound understanding of adult literacy.

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Why We Created the “How to Write a Great GED Extended Response” Video Series
Posted by Katie Davis on August 16, 2017 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryMember Tips
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The GED Testing Service® approached New Readers Press, ProLiteracy's publishing division, for help addressing some unfortunate patterns they were seeing from test takers on the extended response portion of the GED® test.


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The LeBron James Family Foundation Takes Action for Adult Literacy


Not only does LeBron James help his city of Cleveland earn NBA championship titles, but he also gives back to the community by providing the benefits of adult education and literacy. The LeBron James Family Foundation has provided help, at no cost, to eight parents who wished to earn their GED® credential. 


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Bolivia’s Road to Literacy
Posted by Katie Davis on July 20, 2017 in categoryStories from the Field
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In 2006, Bolivia elected President Evo Morales. From the start, Morales was focused on the low-literacy problem in his country and prioritized educating Bolivia’s citizens. He began by implementing the “Yes, I can” campaign for adult literacy.


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