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Will Tax Reform Have a Negative Impact on Adult Literacy Programs?
Posted by Peter Waite on November 02, 2017 in categoryNewscategoryAdvocacy
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The good news was that the first budget drafts showed no significant cuts to adult education or related programs of value to our field, such as Americorps. The disappointing news is that the ongoing discussions and refinement on the budget and tax reform has included no discussion about adult education or workforce development. 


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A Look Back at 2017 ProLiteracy Conference on Adult Literacy
Posted by Jennifer Paulding on October 31, 2017 in categoryStories from the Field
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The 2017 ProLiteracy Conference on Adult Literacy was our most successful one yet! Check out all of the conference highlights, surprise giveaways, and more!


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Member Spotlight: Literacy Partners of New York City


ProLiteracy directly supports our members’ programs and initiatives that have helped millions of adults gain the vital literacy skills they need. For this week’s ProLiteracy member spotlight, we want to talk about Literacy Partners and their unique approaches to parent education and fundraising.


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She May Have Quit School But She Didn’t Quit Life


ProLiteracy's membership manager, Michelle Smith, had the opportunity to spend time getting to know the 2017 Dollar General Student of the Year, Ashlea Tedford, at this year's conference. This is Ashlea's adult literacy story.


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An Interview with an Adult Literacy Author Part 2
Posted by Jennifer Paulding on October 11, 2017 in categoryStories from the Field
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We interviewed one of NRP’s best-selling authors, Caren Van Slyke, to learn about her roots in education and what motivates her as an educator, publisher, and company founder

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