Adult Literacy Education Journal – New Issue

Adult Literacy Education Journal – New Issue

Adult Literacy Education Journal – New Issue

Date posted: April 14, 2020

ProLiteracy has published a new issue of Adult Literacy Education: The International Journal of Literacy, Language, and Numeracy. This free online, peer-reviewed research journal is published twice a year. Each issue has a theme.

This special issue explores research, policy and practice that look at adult literacy education through broader and longer-term lenses. A rich set of articles considers diverse types of learning outcomes and longer-term measurement and evaluation of outcome trajectories.

You can download the complete Volume 2, Issue 1 or individual articles:

Credibility, Relevance, and Policy Impact in the Evaluation of Adult Basic Skills Programs: The Case of the New Opportunities Initiative in Portugal – J.D. Carpentieri, David Mallows, José Pedro Amorim, and Paulo Freire Institute of Portugal

PIAAC Numeracy Skills and Home Use Among Adult English Learners – Margaret Becker Patterson

All Together Now: Supporting Immigrants and Refugees Through Collaboration – Jen Vanek, Heide Spruck Wrigley, Erik Jacobson, and Janet Isserlis

A Lifelong and Life-Wide Framework for Adult Literacy Education – Stephen Reder

Examining the Role of Federal Adult Education Funding in Adult Literacy Education – Judy Mortrude

Toward a Vision of Movement Building in Adult Literacy Education – Ira Yankwitt

Review of Turning Points: Recent Trends in Adult Basic Literacy, Numeracy, and Language Education – Elisabeth Gee

Are Transitions a Sufficient Goal for ABE Students or Programs? – Bob Hughes and Christine Knighton

Assessing and Teaching Adult Learners’ Basic and Advanced 21st Century Digital Literacy Skills – David J. Rosen

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