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Student Stories:It’s Not How You Start; It’s How You Finish [Video]
Posted by Michele Bellso on April 11, 2016 in categoryStudent Stories categoryStories from the Field


In the eighth grade he realized that he did not want to go on to the next grade. He was not ready for it and his lack of reading and spelling skills made him feel ashamed...

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The # 1 mistake nonprofits make when communicating with their donors.
Posted by Ben Davis on April 11, 2016 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryMember Tips

Every nonprofit should take time to assess whether donors are receiving the right message. Look at your organization’s most recent messages to donors. This includes social media posts, emails, thank you letters, newsletters, and...


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Literacy Quote and Wallpaper of the Month: April 2016
Posted by Dee Cater on April 01, 2016 in categoryMember Tips

April literacy quote and wallpaper

The Literacy Quote and Wallpaper of the Month series features a literacy quote and desktop wallpaper every month.


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Notes from the Field - Visiting India Part 2
Posted by Alesha Anderson on March 24, 2016 in categoryStories from the Field
Visiting India Part 1

Our partner Laubach Literacy Education Trust (LLET) has been working in the state of Kerala since 1958. Their founder, Dr. A.K. John was deeply influenced by one of ProLiteracy’s founders, Dr. Frank Laubach, his methodology regarding...


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Notes from the Field - Visiting India Part 1

Visiting India

While parts of the Indian society are thriving with the country’s economic expansion, but larger portions still remain in extreme poverty. ProLiteracy supports literacy programs within the poorest segments of India’s population where lower caste and tribal...


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