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3 Myths People Actually Believe About Adult Literacy
Posted by Ben Davis on April 21, 2016 in categoryFacts & Research
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3 Myths People Actually Believe About Adult Literacy.

I hear and read a lot of misconceptions about adult education all the time. Here are the three most common myths people actually believe about adult literacy. Myth 1: “I don’t know anyone with a...


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Survey: Find out which social issue our members think is most important
Posted by Ben Davis on April 15, 2016 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryAdvocacy
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The results are in! Last week, we sent out a survey to our members, asking which social issues were most important to them, and for their elected officials. Each member rated the issues in order of...


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Video: See how we’ve been helping domestic violence survivors and what our next steps are

Due to last year’s success, ProLiteracy’s Expanding Access program will soon be offering it’s services Florida and Ohio. The program is designed to break the cycle of poverty by providing literacy services to community...


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Student Stories:It’s Not How You Start; It’s How You Finish [Video]


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
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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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