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ProLiteracy Announces New Adult Literacy Research Journal
Posted on June 12, 2018

ProLiteracy is pleased to announce the launch of Adult Literacy Education: The International Journal of Literacy, Language, and Numeracy. This online, peer reviewed, themed research journal will be published by ProLiteracy twice a year in partnership with Rutgers University, and in collaboration with journal editors Alisa Belzer, Amy D. Rose, and Heather Brown.


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ProLiteracy Launches New Online Tutor Training Program
Posted on June 11, 2018

ProLiteracy is pleased to announce the launch of a progressive new online Tutor Training Program that reflects the latest research, best practices, and most innovative strategies in the field. Basic literacy and English language learning (ELL) programs will have access to a comprehensive selection of training materials that can be applied to a variety of instructional settings and used online or face-to-face.


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ProLiteracy Hires New Vice President of Publishing
Posted on May 14, 2018


ProLiteracy is pleased to welcome Sonja Chernos as the new VP of Publishing for ProLiteracy’s publishing division, New Readers Press. She is responsible for the strategic direction and management of the organization’s current portfolio and future curriculum development as well as distribution of both print and digital solutions for adult basic education, English language learning, high school equivalency, and workforce development.


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ProLiteracy Announces Launch of an Online Spanish Literacy Course for Spanish Speakers
Posted on March 26, 2018

ProLiteracy announces the launch of Leamos™ (Let's Read), an easy-to-use online literacy course that teaches non-literate Spanish-speaking adults to read and write in Spanish before enrolling in an English as a second language course.

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Advocacy Efforts by ProLiteracy Result in Approved Omnibus Bill
Posted on March 23, 2018

ProLiteracy is pleased to report that Congress approved the FY 2018 omnibus bill, which provides a $35 million increase for adult education state grants. This is the largest increase in nearly a decade, and reflects growing support for the field and adult literacy in general.


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