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2006 adult conference literacy - National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL) - Multimedia

Other panelists, John Strucker of the National Center for the Study of Adult Literacy and Learning (NCSALL) and Brian Bosworth of FutureWorks, discussed practical implications of the NAAL findings on workforce programs and programs that serve adults with Below Basic and Basic literacy. View the webcast; December 15, 2006 - National Assessment. Join us and hundreds of your peers in sunny San Diego for four days of workshops, networking, and learning opportunities. The ProLiteracy Conference on Adult Education brings together a diverse range of individuals and organizations of all sizes to address the most pressing adult literacy and basic education issues today.

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This report recaps discussions from a September 2006 conference on adult literacy education in immigrant communities. It outlines strategies, priorities and collaboration opportunities aimed at helping our nation’s newest members learn English and — in turn — pursue deeper community bonds and brighter economic futures. Researchers and practitioners from North America and Europe presented on topics related to LESLLA learners, including cognitive and sociocultural views on the process of learning a second language for adult learners with limited first language literacy. Presentations and proceedings from the conference will be available soon.