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Summer Journal Writing for Literacy Fun
Posted by Jennifer Paulding on June 28, 2017 in categoryMember Tips
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There is nothing wrong with wanting to get lost in all of the distractions of summer.  However, for adult learners who are enrolled in adult literacy programs that may not offer classes during the sunshine season, it can be a perilous stretch of time for their learning progress. 


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The Case for Investment in Adult Basic Education

Dr. Steve Reder’s research is significant in that it is nearly the only research of its kind that shows the correlation between obtaining literacy skills and a return on investment related to improving an adult’s life and future. We must capitalize on the findings of this study to help stakeholders act in order to advance adult literacy and education.

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Literacy Quote of the Month June 2017
Posted by Jennifer Paulding on June 06, 2017 in categoryMember Tips
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The Literacy Quote of the Month series features a new and inspiring literacy quote every month.


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Students ‘Find’ Learning Fun on Scavenger Hunts
Posted by Jennifer Paulding on May 24, 2017 in categoryMember Tips
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Are you looking for something a little different and extra fun to do with your adult literacy students today? In celebration of National Scavenger Hunt Day, we want to provide you with a simple, enjoyable, and educational scavenger hunt idea for your adult learners. 


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Member Spotlight: Ozark Literacy Council Little Free Library Project

 

Every month, we like to share the spotlight with one of our member programs to show how they are supporting their community and improving adult literacy rates. This month’s Member Spotlight is on the Ozark Literacy Council and its effort to spread literacy across Northwest Arkansas while raising money for its program.


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New research proves the correlation between obtaining literacy skills and the return on investment related to improving an adult’s life and future.

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