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All of these FREE materials may be requested from the Adult Literacy Clearinghouse by calling our Hotline at (800) 441-7323.
The National Center for Family Literacy has published the Family Literacy Guide to Welfare Reform. This publication provides information about the impact that welfare reform has on family literacy and how family literacy programs can respond. To obtain a copy, contact the National Center for Family Literacy at (502) 584-1133. This publication is also available for check out through the Clearinghouse by calling 1-800-441-7323 or reach us through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fannie Mae Foundation and the Center for Applied Linguistics have provided multiple copies of these materials for your use in the ABE or ESL classroom: Opening the Door to a Home of Your Own (English and Spanish versions); Choosing the Mortgage That's Right for You (English and Spanish versions); National New Americans Guide: How to Become a Citizen, How to Become a Homeowner (English & Spanish versions); ESL and ABE module on How to Buy a Home in the United States. Call the Clearinghouse at 1-800-441-7323 or reach us through email: email@example.com .
The U.S. Department of Education has published a report titled National Forum on Adult Education and Literacy: Views from Adults Learners. It is complied from focus group discussions with adult learners from 46 states, four territories, and three national literacy organizations. For your copy, contact the U.S. Department of Education, Adult Education and Literacy Clearinghouse, 600 Independence Ave., S.W., Washington, D.C. 20202, call 202-205-9666.
- The ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education
has recently added the following publications to their collections:
- Digest 192 - Part-time Work and Other Flexible Options
- Digest 193 - Work Force Education or Literacy Development: Which Road Should Adult Education Take?
- Digest 194 - New Perspectives on Mentoring
- Digest 195 - Situated Learning in Adult Education