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Join the presidential campaigns’ discussion on education!
Posted by Michele Bellso on May 24, 2016 in categoryNewscategoryAdvocacy
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Committee for Education Funding Presidential Forum

On Thursday, May 26, ProLiteracy staff will be attending a special Presidential Forum hosted by the Committee for Education Funding in Washington, D.C. Join the conversation!


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Adult Learner Stories: I Couldn’t Spell Green


In 1950s rural Kentucky, a young boy was trying to balance his chores on the farm with his school work. Henry’s family, most of them not formally educated, was not enjoying the benefits of the post-war...

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Survey: Find out which social issue our members think is most important
Posted by Ben Davis on April 15, 2016 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryAdvocacy
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The results are in! Last week, we sent out a survey to our members, asking which social issues were most important to them, and for their elected officials. Each member rated the issues in order of...


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Student Stories: From Illiterate to Author

Meet Earl Mills. Earl is all too familiar with the shame and embarrassment of being illiterate. At 45 years old, Earl was married with five children, owned his own home, and worked for 25 years at the same company. Yet he had a secret that few others knew: he could not...


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