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Digital Literacy Initiative

Across the U.S., adult students are required to meet the rigorous requirements in the new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act in order to complete a secondary degree and transition to further post-secondary education, training, and career. Integrating technology into instruction, increasing student access to technology, and leveraging learning outside the classroom can help students develop…


Massachusetts Career Readiness Initiative

The Massachusetts Career Readiness Initiative is a three-year pilot project lead by the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, with funding contributed by additional stakeholder organizations. The goal of the Massachusetts Career Readiness Initiative (CRI) is to implement scalable approaches to improving the basic skills of individuals who live on public assistance, cycle through…


SABES Professional Development Center for Education and Career Planning

Massachusetts Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs provide opportunities for adults to develop the literacy and English language skills needed to earn their high school equivalencies, further their education, enroll in job training, and obtain better employment. There are currently 19,000 adult learners enrolled in these programs with another 15,000 on wait lists. The Massachusetts Department…


Adult Numeracy Initiative

The Adult Numeracy Instruction – Professional Development training (ANI-PD), is an intensive evidence-based program in effective numeracy instruction for adults. The ANI-PD model is built upon the principle that teacher preparation for adult mathematics instruction must be sufficiently intensive and focused on providing instructors with a strong base of mathematics content and pedagogical knowledge. The…


LINCS Region 1 Professional Development Center

The Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education funds four LINCS Regional Professional Development Centers (RPDC). World Education manages the RPDC for Region 1: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the Virgin Islands. The LINCS Region 1…


21st Century Learning Ecosystem Opportunities (21CLEO)

Required use of technologies have made more intense the pace of change in the workplace. In response, employers offer both staff training and more comprehensive educational opportunities to equip employee to success and advance. The EdTech Center @ World Education and the Literacy, Language, and Technology Research group (LLTR) at Portland State University are conducting…


ABE Clean Energy Ambassadors

The goal of the ABE Clean Energy Ambassadors project is to develop and pilot a systematic and replicable model for capacity building and training of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) workforce (including basic literacy, GED/secondary education and English for Speakers of Other Languages) on clean energy concepts and related career pathways. To date, the ABE…


A2B4Equity

The A2B4Equity pilot program was launched by Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW) and the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh, in partnership with the Office of Community College Research and Leadership (OCCRL) at the University of Illinois and funded by ECMC Foundation. World Education, Inc. is providing technical assistance to the participating…


Transforming Immigrant Digital Equity (TIDE)

To serve adult immigrant and refugee English language learners equitably and holistically, there is a pressing imperative to educate and engage service providers, policy makers, institutional decision-makers, and advocates for re-envisioning adult education, immigration, digital equity at the national, state, and local levels. Transforming Immigrant Digital Equity (TIDE), which builds upon the findings of the…


Advancing ATB for Equitable Access to Opportunity

The Ability to Benefit (ATB) provision in the Higher Education Act, which gives adults without a high school diploma or equivalent access to federal student aid under certain conditions, is a critical but underutilized strategy for ensuring equitable access to postsecondary education and – by extension – economic stability. Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color…


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