For a number of sometimes overlapping reasons, 48 million American adults struggle to read basic English, and the main remedy available is adult education - but the infrastructure where they can improve reading and earn a high school credential is inadequate. Read more»
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There are currently more than 30 million adults in the United States whose ability to read, write, and do basic math is at or below the level of the average third grader. Read more»
This week is National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week—an event which for the most part goes unnoticed every year except by a handful of people who know firsthand the quiet but valuable contribution adult educators make in the lives of their students and our community. Read more»