- Development of Adult Literacy Action Plan
- NL Delivery of ABE I
- NL Adult Literacy One-to-One Volunteer Tutoring Organizations
Development of Adult Literacy Action Plan
Addressing low literacy rates in the province is a priority for the Provincial Government. Public consultations on
the development of Adult Literacy Action Plan are underway. The consultations and development of the action plan are focused on the themes of achieving better outcomes, providing responsive programming, and working together. For more information, please visit:
NL Delivery of ABE I
Adult Basic Education (ABE) Level I is a component of the provincial program for adult learners and refers to basic literacy. It roughly equates to K-6. A number of non-profit community-based centres have contracted with the Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour to offer the ABE Level I program.Level I is also offered through some private training institutions.
NL Adult Literacy One-to-One Volunteer Tutoring Organizations
There are many groups that offer volunteer one-to-one literacy tutoring services in Newfoundland and Labrador. Two of the largest volunteer literacy tutoring organizations in the province include:
- Newfoundland and Labrador Laubach Literacy Council which has local councils throughout the province, and
- Teachers on Wheels which serves the St. John’s metro area.