|General Literacy Resources
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Literacy Information and Communication System
A national dissemination, resource gathering, and professional development system providing information on a wide variety of literacy relevant topics, issues, and resources.
Offers links to professional development sites for volunteer adult literacy programs. ProLiteracy Worldwide is a nonprofit international literacy organization based in Syracuse, NY, that was formed by the 2002 merger of Laubach Literacy International and Literacy Volunteers of America, Inc. Literacy Volunteers-Pitt County is an accredited affiliate of ProLiteracy.
North Carolina Community College Basic Skills
Maintains the North Carolina Online site which is designed to provide adult basic skills educators with quick and easy access to a variety of state and national resources including lesson plans.
North Carolina Literacy Association
State-wide organization of community-based programs dedicated to providing literacy services to adults and their families.
National Assessment of Adult Literacy
National survey showing the relatively high amount of illiteracy in Eastern North Carolina.
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Creates and provides quality, innovative online learning opportunities to anyone who wants to improve the technology, literacy and math skills needed to be successful in both work and life.
National Center for Family Literacy
A leading national nonprofit organization with a mission: helping parents and children learn together.
Contains content developed and approved by literacy experts, ProLiteracy Worldwide and the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL), Thinkfinity Literacy Network is designed to help teachers, literacy volunteers, parents, caregivers, and students with the tools to advance literacy development.
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QuickSearch Online is an easy-to-use database of 2,300+ instructional material titles coded to skill levels, CASAS Competencies, and skill areas. It provides an essential link between assessment and instruction in the CASAS system.