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Get Ready and Teach: 7 Tips


A good start is critical for teaching and learning. There are many benefits for setting goals to start off a semester of study. What changes are rocking your adult literacy classroom world? Literacy programs provide many services, and helping adult learners with achieving personal goals is one of many tasks.

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A Pilot on How to Help Adult Struggling Readers


The goal of this pilot study was to investigate the effects of morphological instruction on component literacy skills of adult struggling readers.

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Q&A with Adult Literacy App CEO Vinod Lobo
Posted by Jennifer Vecchiarelli on May 16, 2019 in categoryStories from the FieldcategoryNewscategoryAdvocacy

Q&A with Adult Literacy App CEO Vinod Lobo


We want to share a behind-the-scenes look at one of the Adult Literacy XPRIZE apps, Learning Upgrade. Learning Upgrade was one of the grand prize winners of the Adult Literacy XPRIZE competition. Below is a Q&A with Vinod Lobo, the CEO of Learning Upgrade.

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Their First Teacher, Their Mother
Their First Teacher, Their Mother

A mother is a strong and devoted woman who empowers her children and guides them throughout life to find happiness, fulfillment, and success. She is their first and number one teacher.

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Learner Journey: From the Darkest Time of Her Life to Airline Captain

Courtney Schoch in adult literacy

Although her profession is being a pilot, Courtney’s passion is her nonprofit. Through Runucate, she raises awareness and funds for organizations that fight illiteracy, by running marathons all over the world. There are a lot of incredible words to describe Captain Courtney Schoch — pilot, marathon runner, mom, wife, non-profit founder, world traveler, TEFL instructor, philanthropist. But it wasn’t always that way.

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