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Digital Resilience in the American Workforce

Technology is built into nearly every aspect of our daily lives and how we learn and work. Today, digital resilience – the awareness, skills, agility, and confidence to be empowered users of new technologies and adapt to changing digital skill demands – is more important than ever for active participation in society and the economy….


Enhancing Access for Refugees and New Americans

World Education will provide nationwide technical assistance to the adult education field, supporting holistic immigrant integration efforts in linguistic, economic, and civic pillars in partnership with RTI, WestEd, and Safal Partners. President Biden’s recent executive order establishes a shared vision for individuals immigrating to the United States: “as a Nation of opportunity and of welcome,…


Adult Dual Enrollment through Ability to Benefit

NCTN provides technical assistance to state systems to scale and sustain Ability to Benefit. The Wisconsin Technical College System ATB Toolkit is a prime example of our technical support of state champions engaging their colleagues to create actionable guidance. NCTN also works within local ATB efforts, bringing partners into dialogue on creating the policies and practices to…


Move Forward with Mobile Learning

World Education's EdTech Center is leading a national network on mobile learning (mLearning), providing professional development and developing a resource hub to support effective mobile learning in adult education programs. Following the Tier 1 Achievement Award from the Adult Literacy XPRIZE Communities Competition, Team WorldEd and other winning teams have formed an mLearning coalition that…


Adobe & World Education – Readability for All Partnership

World Education’s EdTech Center is working to improve the readability and accessibility of digital text for adult learners around the world with Adobe, Readability Matters, University of Central Florida and other partners. Our team supports the field testing of Adobe Acrobat Reader's new feature Liquid Mode in adult literacy programs across the US. Liquid Mode…


National College Transition Network (NCTN)

The National College Transition Network (NCTN) provides technical assistance and professional development services to community college, adult education, and workforce systems. NCTN designs accelerated career pathways, comprehensive student support services, and effective multi-stakeholder partnerships that help adults attain their educational and career goals and access greater economic opportunity.  Numerous state and federal agencies, philanthropic foundations, local educational…


CrowdEd Learning

The CrowdED Learning initiative began in 2017 as a startup nonprofit organization with the mission to increase awareness and use of open education resources (OER) within adult education. Merged into the EdTech Center in September 2020, it now serves as our core OER initiative and continues this mission through ongoing implementation and testing of products…


National Immigration Forum E-Learning Strategy

The National Immigration Forum's Skills and Opportunity for the New American Workforce initiative provides English language instruction for immigrants working in retail in Houston, Miami, and New York City. Classes are held at retail work sites right before or after shifts to encourage participation. The courses take a blended learning approach with 40% of instruction…


High School Equivalency Program for Out-of-School Migrant Youth

Migrant labor is fundamental to the U.S. economy. However, migrant youth are often invisible and highly mobile. This project was designed to address the needs of those out-of-school migrant youth residing in the New England area who want to earn a high-school equivalency. While New England states work hard to provide quality universal education for…


Networks for Integrating New Americans

Networks for Integrating New Americans was an innovative, national initiative that worked to position adult education programs as key contributors to local, multi-sector networks formed to advance immigrant integration. The initiative identified, strengthened, and documented place-based models of immigrant integration to: 1) improve immigrants’ access to effective and innovative English language programs; 2) support immigrants…


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World Education strives to build lasting relationships with partners across diverse geographic regions and technical sectors to produce better education outcomes for all.

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