Join us in celebrating adult education and family literacy programs serving adult students, parents and their young children by providing high quality instruction in basic literacy and math skills, oral and written English, high school equivalency degrees or post-secodary training. Help us break the cycles of low literacy, low education, and poverty.
Center staff member Duren Thompson was a featured speaker at FlipCon 2015, on July 13-15th. Focused on “flipped learning,” her presentations highlighted the Center efforts to improve the quality of PD for adult literacy practitioners, as well as strengthen adult learners’ skills for college and career transition.
July 2015 TIE that Binds a Publication for Tennessee community rehabilitation service providers. In this issue: Hits and Myths: …about Social Security benefits and work The Professional: On being a caring and SMART professional. Job Development and Creation: 5 beliefs […]
June 2015 TIE that Binds a Publication for Tennessee community rehabilitation service providers. In this issue: Conversation with an Employer: Working with a staffing agency. Analyzing the Labor Market: Questions to ask when searching for businesses to approach. Case Studies: […]
Are you a service provider or instructor who helps prepare adults to get jobs? Do you need a curriculum that addresses both employability skills (or soft skills) and academic skills? The Equipped for the Future Preparing for Work curriculum can […]