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Remote ESOL Case Study: Supporting Independent Learning From A Distance – Holyoke Community College

Holyoke Community College (HCC) operates beginning to advanced ESOL programs in Springfield and Ludlow, Massachusetts, and ESOL workforce development courses (Nurse Aide/ Home Health Aide/ESOL, Culinary & Hospitality/ESOL, and Accelerated Career English) in Holyoke. Ordinarily, students are drawn from 16 Western Massachusetts communities, though during the pandemic, in 2020–2021, remote and online classes attracted students from…


Remote ESOL Case Study: Reimagining the Work of Adult Education to Succeed in Challenging Times

This case study features the Ronald M. Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning, the adult basic education (ABE) program of the Saint Paul Public Schools’ Community Education Department. The Hubbs Center works together with area community-based organizations as part of the Saint Paul Community Literacy Consortium, a collaboration of agencies throughout Saint Paul that provide literacy services…


Remote ESOL Case Study: Resilience, Health Literacy, and English for Parents – Literacy Partners

This documents highlights Literacy Partners, a community-based organization in New York City that works to strengthen families through a two-generation approach to education. Designed to provide parents and caregivers with the tools they need to create success for themselves and a better future for the children in their care, Literacy Partners’ programs strive to break…


Remote ESOL Case Study: Low- and High-Intensity Remote ESOL Options – Santa Barbara City College School of Extended Learning

SBCC School of Extended Learning is part of Santa Barbara City College, based in Santa Barbara, California. Its mission is to create a gateway to opportunities for lifelong learning and remove barriers to participation in education, while fostering an equitable learning community that embraces, promotes, and supports diversity and inclusion. This case study features SBCC…


Remote ESOL Case Study: Independent and Peer Learning – Literacy Pittsburgh

Literacy Pittsburgh (formerly Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council) has been recognized as a national leader in adult and family literacy since its incorporation in 1982. Literacy Pittsburgh is the largest provider of adult basic education in Allegheny and Beaver Counties. Last year, nearly 5,000 people were served by Literacy Pittsburgh’s programs. Over the years, offerings have expanded…


Remote ESOL Case Study: Thematic, No- To High-Tech Remote ESOL Program – Second Start, Concord, New Hampshire

Second Start is a non-profit organization established in 1971 in Concord, New Hampshire. In addition to the adult ESOL program, Second Start offers adult basic skills classes, high school equivalency programs, an alternative high school for students ages 14 to 20, a childcare center, and a driving school for new Americans. ESOL classes, which range…


The Transformation of Adult ESOL Learning A Practice and Policy Brief: Executive Summary

This Practice and Policy Brief is part of the Remote Adult ESOL1 Project led by World Education. The goal of the work was to document and disseminate viable, remote models and practices for how adult ESOL instruction can be done at scale efficiently and effectively in varied settings. Its impetus was to uncover strategies for…


The Transformation of Adult ESOL Learning A Practice and Policy Brief

This Practice and Policy Brief is part of the Remote Adult ESOL1 Project led by World Education, Inc. The goal of the work was to document and disseminate viable, remote models and practices for how adult ESOL instruction can be done at scale efficiently and effectively in varied settings. Its impetus was to uncover strategies…


Creating Equitable Access to Remote Adult ESOL: Multiple Contexts, Distinct Populations, and Diverse Purposes

World Education led a six-month landscape scan in the winter of 2021 to elucidate promising remote ESOL instruction with the potential to reshape the delivery of ESOL in the months and years to come. In response to our national call for participation in the Remote Adult ESOL Learning Project, 52 program nominations were received, reflecting different…


Egypt Literate Village Program Household Survey Endline Evaluation Report

This document presents the executive summary of the endline household survey results from participants in the USAID- funded Egypt Literate Village project. The purpose of the household survey is to assess the impact of the LV project on mothers’ literacy, as well as their perception of education, parenting skills with their school-age children, and support of their children's education…


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