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ProLiteracy Statistical Report from 2012-2013

A new survey of ProLiteracy adult literacy and basic education member organizations finds that federal funding for these programs continues to shrink—falling 1 percentage point over last year and falling 10 percentage points since 2006.

Additionally, ProLiteracy programs show a general trend of receiving less public funding overall. In 2011-12, 38 percent of programs received federal and/or state funding; that figure has fallen to 31 percent in 2012-13.

Top Secret Workshop for Adult Learners

 
WHEN: Wednesday, March 5th, 1:00 p.m.—4:00 p.m. (come and go as you please!)
WHERE: Literacy Office Meeting Room, 2901 S. Harvard Ave.
WHY: Enjoy tasty snacks and good conversation as we make a special gift for your tutor.
 
TUTORS: Please encourage your adult learner to attend this “TOP SECRET” gathering. You’ll be glad you did!
 
Questions? Please call the literacy office at 918-549-7400.
 

Want to be a published writer?

Interested in seeing your writing in print? The Change Agent, a newspaper published twice a year for adult learners and educators, is seeking articles for its next edition on food. From their Call For Articles:

Adult Learning @ TCCL

You're familiar with the Literacy page, but are you aware of the other adult education online resources that are offered by TCCL? Check our our Adult Learning ResearchGuide to learn about other useful programs, like Universal Class, where you can take courses on hundreds of topics for absolutely free.

Taking a Step Forward in ESL/ELL Instruction!

Are you a literacy tutor working with an ESL student? Would you like the opportunity to learn new ways to work with your student on his/her goals? The Literacy Resource Office at the Oklahoma Department of Libraries is offering an ESL workshop, Taking a Step Forward in ESL/ELL Instruction.

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