Adult Literacy Council

About the Cape Cod Literacy Council Our mission: to assure that every adult on Cape Cod will be literate. We provide individual and small group training to any adult …

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ABN 56 550 665 438 VALBEC (Victorian Adult Literacy and Basic Education Council) was established in 1978 and is managed by an elected volunteer committee of …

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For GED test site locations, please visit or call our hotline number for more information.. Request adult literacy outreach materials for your business or organization or download a one-page Hotline flyer.

Most students that take our courses can not afford to pay for the services. Please help change the lives of people in our community by supporting their efforts and the efforts of The Literacy Council SWLA.

The Portland Literacy Council (PLC) is a nonprofit organization that supports adult literacy programs, tutors, and students in the Portland metropolitan area.

QCAL is a voluntary non-profit organisation representing Adult Literacy in Queensland. QCAL promotes literacy as the key to effective life-long learning for all.

Introduced by UNESCO in November 1999, International Mother Language Day aims to promote appreciation and conservation of languages around the world.

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The Literacy Council of Montgomery County offers free and low-cost adult literacy services and is located in the Rockville Library in Montgomery County

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Volunteers are the reason the Nashville Adult Literacy Council is able to teach more than 1,700 adults to read and succeed each year. …

The Tasmanian Council for Adult Literacy (TCAL) is the peak body for adult literacy and numeracy practitioners in Tasmania. We provide adult literacy and numeracy practitioners with resources and professional development opportunities, and aim to facilitate a co-operative and supportive network for practitioners.

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