Organization: Lindy Boggs National Center for Community Literacy
Dedicated to promoting adult literacy as a vehicle for personal, economic, and community empowerment, the organization's community-based research provides data and analysis to service providers, govt entities, and other researchers.
Explore research on the issues of education and literacy produced by social sector organizations working to improve learning for both children and adults. Topics include primary, secondary, and higher education, after-school programming, ESL and other second language proficiency programming, basic literacy, high school equivalency, vocational training, testing services, scholarship programs, drop-out prevention programs, charter schools, small schools, and much more.
RESEARCH RELATED FUNDING
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% OF TOTAL FUNDING (2013)
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TITLES RECENTLY PUBLISHED
Dec 1, 2017
Publisher(s): College Board
Mar 17, 2017
Publisher(s): Atlantic Philanthropies
Mar 3, 2017
Publisher(s): Aspen Institute
More Than a Place to Sleep: Understanding the Health and Well-Being of Homeless High School Students
Mar 1, 2017
Mar 1, 2017
Publisher(s): New America
TITLES FROM THE ARCHIVES
Aug 1, 2005
Publisher(s): Cross City Campaign for Urban School Reform
Sep 1, 2000
Publisher(s): Chicago Coalition for the Homeless