Local & Regional Research

COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY

“CDE’s Center for At-Risk Education (CARE) administers both state and federal programs that provide educational opportunities to Colorado adults and their families: Colorado Refugee English as a Second Language (CRESL), Colorado GED Testing, Colorado Even Start, Colorado Migrant Education Even Start (MEES), and the federally-funded state-administered Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) program. Follow the links below for information about CRESL, GED, Even Start, MEES, and AEFLA.”

COLORADO LITERACY CONSORTIUM

“The Colorado Family Literacy Consortium believes that family literacy is one of the most powerful ways to better the lives of children and parents. By developing policies and procedures, providing tools and resources, and conducting training, the Consortium is improving and expanding family literacy services throughout Colorado.”

COLORADO STATE LITERACY RESOURCE CENTER

“The Colorado State Literacy Resource Centers are a State Leadership project funded through the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, Title II-Adult Education and Family Literacy Act. Administered through the Colorado Department of Education, Center for At-Risk Education. The regional State Literacy Resource Centers in Colorado offer professional development, technical assistance, and resource library services to family and adult literacy practitioners and programs.”

L.E.A.R.N.

“The Local Education Adult Resource Network (LEARN) serves the post secondary needs of adult education along Colorado’s Front Range. LEARN is a dynamic partnership between higher education and business/industry.”