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    by T.A. DeFeo   A bipartisan Georgia House committee will study state programs providing literacy instruction to Georgians and determine whether low literacy impacts the state’s competitiveness. The House Study Committee on Literacy Instruction, established by House Resolution 650, will explore potential changes to the state’s educational standards. It will also determine “the definition of...
    The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic drove a rapid widescale shift to telehealth services, widening existing disparities for underserved communities. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, one in four Americans does not have the digital literacy skills or access to internet-enabled digital devices to engage in video visits. Patients with limited English proficiency,...
    New York City passed a $98.7 billion budget earlier today. As New York focuses on recovery and reopening, nonprofit human services workers remain on the frontlines of addressing this crisis, meeting community needs through food access and eviction prevention to senior services and child care. The Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) acknowledges the Mayor and the City...
    Friday morning, Oct. 23rd won’t be an average day for Atlanta area literacy advocate FeFe Handy. If one of her three children need to contact her, they’ll have to catch her 10,00-15,000 feet in the air traveling just shy of the speed of sound. That’s...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The coronavirus pandemic has caused issues for adults looking to further their education. Adult literacy programs are looking for help as hundreds of people are submitting applications for free tutoring services. But few are actually volunteering as tutors. “Adult education is something a lot of folks don’t think about, but there really...
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