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Illiteracy in the District of Columbia & What You Can Do About It

A coalition of adult education providers and advocates claim that high rates of illiteracy among DCPS parents not only has a negative impact on the city’s education reform efforts but also on the city’s ability to produce a well-qualified workforce … Continue reading

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DC RESIDENTS MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS

DC Adult and Family Literacy Coalition’s Advocacy Day at the Wilson Center    Monday, September 22, 2014 marked the beginning of the DC Adult and Family Literacy Coalition’s (DC-AFLC) ‘Literacy Week,’ with the theme of ‘Making Connections.’ On Wednesday, Advocacy … Continue reading

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Celebrating Adult Education and Family Literacy Week 2014

The Washington DC metropolitan region is one of the nation’s highest-skilled economies. By 2018, 71 percent of all jobs in the District of Columbia will require at least some training beyond high school. Despite this, 62,000 adult DC residents never … Continue reading

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