U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy

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Thank you for exploring the future of adult literacy with us!

USCAL 2013 in Washington, D.C. was a huge success!

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uscal logoThe U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy brought together adult literacy advocates and educators to share new ideas, learn from leading thinkers, and inspire one another. Many attendees described USCAL as the highlight of their year. Join us at future conferences, and discover what the buzz is all about. Contact conference@proliteracy.org to be added to our mail list. 

USCAL 2013 national and regional partners:

  • Academy of Hope
  • American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE)
  • American Library Association (ALA)
  • Association of Adult Literacy Professional Developers (AALPD)
  • The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy
  • Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL)
  • CLASP
  • The Coalition of Lifelong Learning Organizations (COLLO)
  • Correctional Education Association
  • Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy
  • Home Builders Institute
  • Interweave Solutions
  • Jobs for the Future (JFF)
  • Kentucky Educational Television (KET)
  • Literacy Council of Montgomery County, Maryland
  • Literacy Council of Northern Virginia
  • Literacy Funders Network
  • Literacy Powerline
  • Literacy Volunteers and Advocates
  • National Association for Adults with Special Learning Needs (NAASLN)
  • National Center for Family Literacy
  • National Coalition for Literacy
  • National Forum on Information Literacy (NFIL)
  • ProLiteracy Council of State Organizations
  • Reading is Fundamental (RIF)
  • Senior Service America
  • TESOL International Association
  • VALUE USA
  • Women Expanding Literacy Education Action Resource Network (WE LEARN)
  • World Education
  • YWCA National Capital Area 
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