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#InfographicFriday: America’s Recovery Divided Along Education Fault Line
Posted by Dee Cater on July 08, 2016 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryAdvocacy
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#Infographic Friday: America’s Recovery Divided Along Education Fault Line

 

99% of post-recession jobs went to workers with at least some college education, leaving adults with low literacy behind.


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Video: Our Invisible Neighbors
Posted by Dee Cater on July 07, 2016 in categoryAdvocacycategoryMember Tips
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ProLiteracy Member Spotlight: Washtenaw Literacy

Erin Howarth, a volunteer tutor at Washtenaw Literacy, of Ypsilanti, Michigan, shined a light on the invisibility of adults with low literacy in her Ted Talk entitled “Our Invisible Neighbors.”


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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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Presidential Forum on Education Recap

Presidential Forum on Education Recap

On May 26, ProLiteracy sponsored and attended a special Presidential Forum in Washington, D.C., hosted by the Committee for Education Funding (CEF). 

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Watch Cleo Reveal Her Adult Literacy Secret
Posted by Dee Cater on June 02, 2016 in categoryStudent Stories categoryNewscategoryAdvocacycategoryMember Tips
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Watch Cleo Reveal Her Adult Literacy Secret on Pivot TV

ProLiteracy teams up with a national television series to tell an adult learner's story and help shed light on the adult literacy issue.


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