Seeing the need for adult education in the community, our founders began the Adult Literacy League in Since then we have grown to provide Adult Basic Education and English Language classes, GED preparation, and one-on-one volunteer tutoring to . As our community responds to the Covid19 pandemic, Adult Literacy League’s services have never been more vital. Rising unemployment and daily health care messages make reading essential. For the safety of our staff, students, volunteers, and community we cannot resume regular, in-person classes yet; and while it feels like the whole world is on hold, our students .
Thursday. Nancy – Beginning ABE 1: a.m. – p.m. Nancy – Intermediate ABE 2: p.m. – p.m. Diana – English Conversation: p.m. – 8. The Adult Literacy League is truly a crossroads of culture! 🗺 At the League, you can meet people from all over the world, united under one purpose: education. If you've been lucky enough to attend one of our office potlucks, then you know that you can try food from all over the world here, too! 😋 Help us meet our $5, goal!5/5.
At th e Adult Literacy League many of ou r students have made similar resolutions to im prove their lives. Whether it is the decision to learn to read, to earn a GED, to improve English skills or to help the young people in their lives learn to love literacy, our students and volunteers are making big changes throughout the year! Online Resources. Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) is the world's largest digital library of education literature. The Encylopedia of informal education includes pages on a number of important thinkers in the history of adult education, including John Dewey, Paulo Freire, Malcolm Knowles, Eduard Lindeman, and others.. Literacy Information and .