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The 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy is a nationally representative assessment of English literacy among American adults age 16 and older. Sponsored by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), NAAL is the nation’s most comprehensive measure of adult literacy since the 1992

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STAY IN THE LOOP. Sign up to see what Adult Literacy League is doing in your community.

Adult Basic and Family Literacy Education. Adult basic and family literacy education programs are funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Division of Adult Education, to provide a full range of instructional services that prepare Pennsylvanians looking to develop the basic skills necessary to participate fully in the …

Literacy Tools is for adults who would like to improve their spelling, reading and number skills using a computer

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Adult Literacy Program (ALP) Work one on one with an adult tutor to improve your reading and literacy skills. Tutors meet with students in any branch of the Los Angeles Public Library.

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Adult literacy programs assist adults: to become literate and obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment and self-sufficiency; who are parents/guardians to obtain the educational skills necessary to become full partners in …

Literacy data published by UNESCO displays that since 1950, the adult literacy rate at the world level has increased by 5 percentage points every decade on average, from 55.7 per cent in 1950 to 86.2 per cent in 2015.

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Adult Education and Literacy Staff . Adult Education and Literacy Office LSC-Greenspoint Main Phone: 281.260.3576 [email protected] 250 N. Sam Houston Pkwy E., Suite 200

Adult Learner Program. The Adult Learner Program provides services, resources, and life-long learning opportunities to the changing communities of Queens.

For them, simple everyday tasks present real problems. Reading product labels, following street signs, or filling out job applications can be difficult and frustrating.