Community-based literacy programs are uniquely positioned to help individuals build these skills. We combine strong, proven instructional practices with the flexibility and confidentiality needed to meet the goals of our students.
The NCLA supports the development and sustained growth of independent community-based literacy programs through public awareness, advocacy and the sharing of ideas and methodologies.
By working together, we can strengthen all our communities. And we can help to improve the lives of all our students.
For Immediate Release | June 6, 2018
LOSS OF FUNDING MITIGATED
NC GENERAL ASSEMBLY MITIGATES LOSS OF FUNDING FOR ELEVEN (11) ADULT EDUCATION PROVIDERS
“Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the NCLA conference in Winston-Salem. The sessions were very valuable to me and I loved the Brookstown Inn. Can’t wait to return there!” – Linda McConnell, Executive Director, Gaston Literacy Council