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Materials designed with adults in mind.

From reading instruction to workplace skill development, our comprehensive adult education materials are designed to meet students exactly where they are and give them the information they need to take the next step forward.

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For more than 40 years, New Readers Press, ProLiteracy's publishing division, has provided educators with the instructional tools they need to teach adult students and older teens the skills for functioning in the world today.

News for You, newspaper for adult learnersTo ensure that our materials are based on sound instructional methodology, New Readers Press solicits feedback from educators during the development process. Our materials are available in a variety of media - program directors, teachers, and students can use the format that best suits their needs. Even our flagship publication, the weekly newspaper News for You, now delivers articles online with audio. Endeavor, the new reading and language arts series, is based on the latest evidence-based research.

We direct our proceeds from sales of materials to support literacy programs in the U.S. and worldwide.

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60,000adults learn to read using our plain language, interactive newspaper.

  

 

Interactive News Source for Adult Learners

Our online news source for adult learners, News for You, uses real news articles to help adults learn to read, write, speak, and understand English. Stories include audio, exercises, vocabulary, a crossword puzzle, and an interactive poll.

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