Have you considered starting an adult literacy program?
Maybe you’re at a nonprofit with a different mission – but you’ve wondered about expanding your existing services to include high school equivalency, tutoring, or English classes?
Or perhaps you’ve been in the adult literacy field for a while – but the world’s changing around you and you need new ideas for these new times?
Join us for this special online training session, where we’ll explore the core elements of effective adult literacy programs – for those just starting out, those re-starting after a couple of tumultuous years, and those who could do with refreshed ideas to make existing programs really shine.
This special session is presented by Tarrant Literacy Coalition in partnership with Literacy Texas, and takes the place of the DFW Symposium for 2022. It’s offered free of charge to educators, volunteer tutors, ESL teachers, and other library and nonprofit professionals who work in the fields of adult and family literacy (or would like to!) across Texas – and beyond.
The training will be held online on Saturday, June 25, 2022, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Check-in for registered participants will open on Zoom at 8:45 am.
Special thanks to:
The Texas Center for Advancement of Literacy & Learning (TCALL)
The Texas Workforce Commission
The United Way of Tarrant County
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