Our Capabilities

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, TRAININGS, AND COURSES

Building a more literate nation takes a nation of empowered, well-informed educators. NCFL helps family literacy and learning practitioners aid families in need by providing the latest in professional development and best practice expertise.

Training — NCFL continues to offer our expertise to train and empower individuals and organizations to become stronger and more prepared to help families face their challenges. Since 1989, NCFL has trained more than 150,000 family literacy and learning practitioners, educators and volunteers, including:

  • Adult and family literacy program managers and instructors
  • Early childhood teachers
  • Head Start teachers and administrators
  • Elementary reading teachers
  • Parent involvement staff
  • Title I teachers and administrators
  • ELL teachers
  • Volunteer tutors
  • Home visitors
  • Librarians
  • Community leaders
  • Community and coalition building



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