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Way of the Spirit Ministries, International Inc. (W.O.T.S.) has developed an Adult Literacy pilot-program for 8 residents in Camden, New Jersey between the ages of 16 and 35 or older (adult population). The participants who qualify for this pilot program will receive literacy and language development, computer skills training, along with basic Author: Leona A. Ryan. Way of the Spirit Ministries, International Inc. (W.O.T.S.) has developed an Adult Literacy pilot-program for 8 residents in Camden, New Jersey between the ages of 16 and 35 or older (adult population). The participants who qualify for this pilot program will receive literacy and language development, computer skills training, along with basic.

The Literacy Center is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping struggling adults empower themselves through education. We are a leader in community-based adult literacy education built on innovative, cost-effective instructional services that ensure excellence in student outcomes. The Adult Literacy Center (ALC) of Ozaukee County provides one-on-one tutoring that is tailored to the needs of each student. ALC serves adult learners in: English as a Second Language (ESL) Adult Basic Education (ABE), including instruction in language arts and mathematics. General Education Development (GED) preparation.

ADULT LITERACY CENTER’S SPELLING BEE. Grafton, WI - Excitement and support continues to build for the Adult Literacy Center’s adult spelling bee fundraiser, Casting a Spell on Literacy. The ALC proudly announces two gold presenting sponsors for the event: Nicholas Family Foundation and Coerper-Maurer Foundation. The Need for Literacy Education. According to national figures, four million adults in the United States can neither sign their own names nor do other rudimentary tasks. According to Georgia's Task Force on Adult Literacy, one out of three adult Georgians is functionally illiterate.