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Why Jobs Are Not the Only Solution to Poverty


Most of the time in America, when a person sees another wrapped up in a blanket on the side of the road collecting every penny he or she can, that person wonders how he or she failed. In France, for example, the observer of the same situation wonders how the state failed him or her. The belief is that people living in poverty should work, because “they don’t,” and clock in as many hours as humanly possible since the pay for the jobs available to them is generally pretty low. But the fact is that millions of Americans work with little hope of finding job security and comfort.

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Educating Mothers to Increase Family Literacy


Adult literacy educators have long known about the importance of educating mothers or mothers-to-be for the educational development of children.

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Getting Loud for Literacy


We strongly encourage adult literacy and basic education programs across the globe, like New Haven Adult and Continuing Education, to raise their voices. There or more than 8 million adult learners out there who need you but may not know that you exist and that you can help. Stand out in the crowd and make some noise with a rally of your own.

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Smartphones: A Smart Solution for Immigrant Families


The UMI Learning Center is a nonprofit organization that serves refugee and immigrant families by providing after-school programs for children. The center decided to do things a little differently, however, when its staff realized that the parents of the children were in need of help with their math and English skills.

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Why Video Games are Good for Students
Posted by Ben Davis on June 14, 2018 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryMember Tips
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Looking at whether there’s a correlation between playing video games and learning will continue to gain popularity among teachers and students who are looking for an effective method to increase skills and test scores. The skeptics believe that there is no correlation between video games and improving test scores. But others increasingly see video games as a useful learning tool.


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