LR/RI produces a bulletin roughly every two weeks in order to inform area practitioners of news, events, and calls for participation and also as a forum for posing questions, issues and discussion topics. The current bulletin is posted below. To read previous bulletins, go to Bulletin Archives.
June 27, 2002
Please know that all visitors to the RIDE/URI extension building can only enter from the Washington Street side of the building and must sign in and out with security there. The Westminster Street door can be used for exiting the building only.
July 2 - Do you have any ideas on how we can change our neighborhood?
Please join us at a session designed to: help us better understand where the neighborhood (West
End/Southside) is now, describe where we want it to be, and how we'll know when it's getting better
Tuesday, July 2, 2002 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. - DINNER at 4:30, meeting to follow
South Providence Branch Library, 441 Prairie Ave, Providence, 02905
Space is limited: RSVP by June 28 to Juanita Mobley at 455-8880 or email@example.com regarding child care, translation, transportation needs, or if you're bringing a friend (or two)!
This workshop is for residents of the West End and Southside neighborhoods OR for neighbors who work in the West End and Southside neighborhoods. If you are not a resident, we ask that you please invite one to attend this workshop with you. Sponsored by the Local Learning Partnership (LLP), part of the Making Connections Initiative, which aims to improve the lives of the children and families of the West End/Southside. The mission of the Providence LLP is to facilitate Making Connections, by which the West End/Southside families and neighbors will be able to share information and experiences in ways that enable them to access and benefit from economic opportunities, strong social networks and quality support services.
July 2 - Open House at the Mashapaug Pond Boating Center
Come enjoy a canoe ride and cookout
Learn how your youth program can utilize this amazing space July 2, 2002 10am-4pm Cook-out: 12-2pm Canoe rides available throughout the day (the even is rain or shine) Please RSVP to Groundwork Providence, 351-6440 Directions: Reservoir Ave to Job Lot Shopping Center. Entrance to the boating center is at the end of the parking lot, between Job Lot and Family Dollar.
July 8 - Summer Program at Mashapaug Pond
Want to get away from the city without leaving the city? Groundwork Providence (formerly Keep Providece Beautiful) has a nature program at Mashapaug Pond. A group of sixteen children are invited to the pond for two hours a week to learn boating, play games, create art and learn about the pond ecosystem from the Groundwork Providence Education Team. The schedule is filling quickly so please call soon. The program begins July 8th and continues
through the end of August. Session run Tuesday through Friday, 10 am - 12 pm and 1pm-3pm Mashapaug Pond is located in Providence behind the Ocean State Job Lot on Reservoir Avenue For more information or to schedule a session, contact Keli Yeats at Groundwork Providence by phone: 351-0118, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESOL sharing/discussion session will take place on Monday, August 12 at 2:00 pm at the Genesis Center, 620 Potters Avenue, Providence. We'll be focusing on program year start-up strategies.
A survey about resources for ESOL activities, developed by Debby Venator, is available online. We request that teachers complete the survey and send their responses to LR/RI as soon as possible.
Women, and literacy: The discussion/sharing group focussed on women's issues in adult literacy will reconvene on Thursday, August 22nd at 3:00 pm at the Swearer Center for Public Service, 25 George Street, Providence. What are the issues you'd like to discuss in considering adult education for women? http://www.brown.edu/lrri/women.html
COMMUNITIES OF COLOR AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
We need your support. Come join us on Saturday, June 29th, 200210:30 am at the RI Indian Council and Desitny House, 807 Broad Street, Providence, where we will start our walk and continue down Broad Street to the entrance of Roger Williams Park. There will be a rally at the end end with entertainment, food, speakers, vendors and informational tables, For more information, : DeeDee 861-6191
Brown University's 11th Annual Summer College Fair
Visit 100 Colleges Without Leaving Rhode Island!Thursday, July 11 from 1:00 to 3:30 PM Sayles Hall, on the main green at Brown University
Free and open to the public, Sponsored by the Office of Summer Studies. http://www.brown.edu/summer for the updated list as it becomes available.
Women's Fund of RI ready for applications; August
15 is the1st deadline for Year 2003 grants - learn about community
meetings to be held next week and funding opportunities from the RI Foundation
TRANSITION to COLLEGE administered by Project RIRAL
Did you know. . . College graduates can earn nearly double the wages of high school graduates, and this income gap will only increase in the coming years. In order for many adult literacy programs graduates to reap these benefits and succeed in post-secondary education, they need additional academic preparation and counseling. The New England ABE-to-College Transition Project responds to this need by providing free college transition services that include instruction in college level reading and writing, algebra, college survival and study skills, time and stress management, and educational and career counseling. Students who have transitioned to college also receive mentoring. Transition to College has been funded by a grant from the Nellie Mae Foundation. Project RIRAL runs their Transition to College program in Pawtucket, Rhode Island at 175 Main Street. Anyone who is interested in learning more about this program should contact Marie Crecca-Romero @ 722-3100 ext. 182. Recruitment is ongoing for the August, 2002 session. Call today to sign up for Transition to College.
Inquiry projects - completed reports from this round of projects are posted/being posted on LR/RI's inquiry site http://www.brown.edu/lrri/inq2001.2.html - as well, new projects will be funded for the coming academic year. A call for proposals will be issued soon; deadline for submissions is September 13. An overnight retreat, a required component of the inquiry process, will be held on October 15 and 16. Details to follow later in July .
computer drop in sessions - Due to changes in Brown's computing department, a computer lab will not be available for drop in sessions this summer. Demand for the sessions has not grown over the past few years - possibly because more people have access to the technology, or possibly because more folks have learned to navigate the internet. Whatever the cause, if you or your students are interested in learning more about using online technology - email, the internet - options are available. You can schedule time with LR/RI at your convenience to learn more about available online resources, consider working with a group of teachers or learners - in your lab, or in others that may become available to us as demand warrants. Although there will not be a regularly scheduled Friday morning session, there are other ways of addressing interest in exploring the internet. Please call or email LR/RI if you are interested in learning more about using the internet to support your own work in adult education, or just to learn more about the resources available online generally.
A Cambodian Family Journey
The Providence Public Library and the Cambodian Society of RI present a very special literacy opportunity for Providence Cambodian Families with children ages 11 -17 that will: Invite Cambodian elders and families to share their rich culture and unique stories with children and the community; Enhance communication between parents and teenagers, adults and teens can practice English and Khmer languages; Teach teenagers in the program useful computer skills and introduction to web design - After interviewing their parents, each teen will create a web film about their family's story and much more. Each family will receive a copy of a book that has been shared in the class and the class will culminate in a special celebration of culture and community.
The Providence Public Library is among 12 US libraries awarded a grant from MetLife Foundation and Libraries for the Future: Reading America Project. Libraries for the Future (LFF) is a non-profit organization based in NYC that works with libraries to enhance community programming, reach inter-generational understanding and diverse populations. This project will hopefully be the beginning of future collaborations with LFF and the MetLife Foundation that will work with other diverse populations in the city of Providence. Some of the other libraries awarded this grant are in Arizona, Vermont, Massachusetts, Wyoming, Georgia and New Jersey. The Providence Public Library is the recipient of the 2001 National Award for Library Service for outstanding community service. We would like to offer at least 12-17 Providence Cambodian families this rewarding opportunity. Initially families attend all sessions together for discussion and sharing with translation assistance of Pich Chhouen, President of the Cambodian Society of RI and Michael Chuon, our south side neighborhood connection at Knight Memorial. After the stories are assembled, Jen Frisbee, a computer teacher at PPL will assist teens in developing their web sites. The first session begins on September 16, at the Knight Memorial Branch 275 Elmwood Ave. Providence, 02907, and will continue every Monday and Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 until November 13. The final presentation date and celebration will be announced.
For information about attending, A Cambodian Family Journey or
general information, please call Kristen McKenna, Project Coordinator at
PPL, 455-8066, or The Cambodian Society at 785-3611.
As a follow up to the workshop offered by Heide Spruck Wrigley , material has been added to the ELCivics page. Heide Wrigley has contributed four files to LR/RI's ELCivics page in addition to resources already posted there. The new files: (1) a curriculum unit on people and places, (a Word file), (2) a Powerpoint file :,"A Guide to Field Trips"; (3) a Feedback Sheet sheet(another Word document), and (4) strategies for implementation (Powerpoint). Heide would like you to know that you can provide feedback in a number or ways:
1. by filling in the feedback sheet electronically and attaching the document to an email to Heide
2. by making comments on the curriiculum file directly and attach it to an email
3. By being part of a teacher share or providing feedback to the group
4. by writing an emails that explains what you did and how it worked for you -
Heide will be working on additional activities in the spring, related to student generated projects, learner inquiries into civics topics and activities related to "community mapping;" please be sure to share any great ideas you have along those lines.
Your input is still needed:
Joyce Fowlkes Campbell, ESL Coordinator for the US Department of Education, is interested in learning about and sharing with others our work in ESOL practice. If you, or others you know, are working on particularly promising approaches with your adult ESOL learners, please let us know. A brief description of the context in which you work, the work you're doing and its implications for others -- how can we adapt it? what can we learn from your work? -- will be greatly appreciate. The US DOE disseminates this information on thier website; LR/RI will include your notice in upcoming bulletins and on its website as well. For more information, please contact email@example.com or contact Joyce directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
funding opportunities - large and less large
The Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC) announces another round of education reform grants in areas of social science research. PRACC is particularly interested in issues such as high classroom turnover/mobility and its disproportionate impact on low-income, minority, and farm worker students. However, other issues will be considered as well. To apply, send PRRAC a proposal outlining the planned research and methodology, the advocacy work it is designed to support, a budget, timeline, and qualifications of the researchers. Maximum grant: $10,000. No application deadline. http://www.prrac.org/grants.htm
Funding Solutions for Small Nonprofit Organizations
A collection of resources to help small nonprofit organizations fundraise including ways to motivate your board, sample fundraising letters, phonathon advice, and tips to improve your direct mail solicitation. http://www.nonprofit-innovations.com/
Rhode Island Special Interest Group of MATSOL
The Rhode Island SIG is a group of professionals in ESOL and Bilingual Education organizing under the auspices of MATSOL, in order to meet the professional needs in the field in Rhode Island. Our purpose is to recruit ESOL and Bilingual Education professionals in Adult ESOL, Higher Ed, Workplace Ed, Elementary, Secondary, and Low-Incidence programs serving English Language Learners in Rhode Island, to determine advocacy and professional development needs. If you are interested in joining or learning more about the Rhode Island Special Interest Group of MATSOL, you can contact Jenifer Giroux by e-mail email@example.com or at 456-8794.
SABES Coordinator Continuing Education and Community Services
Holyoke Community College Holyoke, MA [full description: http://www.sabes.org/hccjob1.htm
Starting Date August 5, 2002; Compensation $45,000 -- $50,000 annualized.
Full state benefits. Funding is dependent on yearly state appropriation.
Deadline Postmarked no later than July 17, 2002. Additional applications
may be considered until position is filled.
National Institute for Literacy: National LINCS Program Associate, AD-301 - full description - as well as links to other employment in adult literacy, at: http://www.nifl.gov/lincs/whats_new/job_announce.html
Rhode Island Community Jobs (RICOMJOB) is a public e-mail announcement list that seeks to raise the profile of meaningful work in Rhode Island by helping non-profit and public interest employers publicize openings effectively. Anyone seeking a job that makes a difference in Rhode Island can join the list. Any non-profit, government or private sector employer advertising a paid position related to the public interest or community concerns can post a free job listing. Positions must be paid but may be part-time, full-time or temporary.
To join the list as a job seeker or to post a job as an employer go to: http://www.ricommunityjobs.org
Rhode Island Community Jobs is supported by the Swearer Center for Public
Service at Brown University and the Rhode Island Campus Compact.
If you have questions about this service, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
online / resources
from Thursday Notes, June 27, 2002
American Adults Not Literate in Science --Nearly three fourths of American adults do not understand much about basic science, according to a new study by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Less than half could define "DNA" and less than one fourth could define "molecule." While some university experts believe scientific literacy over the last ten years has trended up, NSF researchers say it hasn't changed much. To keep things moving in our government, academic and industrial labs, the US increasingly is relying on foreign workers. Meanwhile, American adults, it seems need help with skills required to assess medical claims, determine the merits of genetically engineered food or understand national scientific issues. See http://www.cnn.com/2002/TECH/science/06/15/not.rocket.scientists.ap/index.html
Free Health Literacy Materials Materials on drug abuse, having a healthy baby--and coming soon--minority health issues, all for low level readers are available free from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). After practitioners pointed out the dearth of material to prepare folks for the GED science section, AAAS scouted resources and developed several sets of materials for struggling readers that would allow them to get a handle on some aspects of science. See http://ehrweb.aaas.org/scilit/ and http://www.healthlit.org/ [each has some items] or contact Chickona Royster at 202/326-6454.
SABES Resource Lists Available. From Carey Reid [full message here]:
As you might know, Massachusetts now has a rigorous, stand-alone ABE teacher's license. SABES, the System for Adult Basic Education Support, is a state-wide staff development system funded by MassDOE.
Ö[S]months ago I asked if NLA subscribers were interested in helping SABES build resource lists, by standard, in support of teachers seeking the new license here in Massachusetts. Many of you helped out, thank you, and we've also worked with small groups of people locally to build these 29 lists, now with over 150 resources--books, articles, websites, and videos. The lists are now available on SABES's license support website at http://www.sabes.org/license. You can get quickly to the lists by clicking on the "new resources added" link under What's New, or at any time by using the resources link on the bottom of every webpage. When you arrive at the chart listing the 29 standards, click on any standard to go to the resource list we've compiled for it. The lists are annotated; with the annotations, teachers who wish to improve their knowledge and skills in respect to a particular standard can be more assured they're getting the resource they want or need. If the resource can be viewed or downloaded on the Net, we've provided a link.
Additionally, we want to improve these lists, so please email me at <email@example.com> if you'd like to suggest additions or changes. BTW, the full list of resources is also collected in a ProCite bibliography file, so if you use that software and would like to have your own "instant" database, let me know and I'll email you the file. As stated earlier, SABES is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Education. To avoid confusion, the website is not an official DOE site but rather one of SABES's means of supporting license-seeking teachers in our state. Links to Massachusetts DOE webpages, however, are provided on the site.
Latinos in Rhode Island: An Evolutionary Timeline, 1996-2001 documents 5 years of committed community involvement and the evolution of the fastest growing segment of the population.
http://www.tomasavila.com/latinos_in_ri.pdf by Tomás Alberto Avila
from MaryAnn Florez, at the National Center for ESL Literacy Education (NCLE)
How do adult English language learners learn to read in English?
the process the same for them as for adult native speakers learning to
read in English? Is it the same for adult immigrants as it is for their
children? What does the literature say? It's not easy to find research
on reading development that specifically addresses our adult English language
learner populations. One place to start is the latest online annotated
bibliography from NCLE.
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) announces a new publication entitled, Citizenship for Us: A Handbook on Naturalization and Citizenship. This 346-page handbook explains the new N-400 (Application for Citizenship) and contains up-to-date legal analysis of citizenship eligibility, requirements, and benefits. The handbook includes 12 study units on US history and civics with historic photos, time lines, vocabulary, and sample tests. It also contains many useful INS forms and sample correspondence from INS, as well as chapters on citizenship for children and people with disabilities. Written by Aliza Becker, a best-selling author on citizenship, and CLINIC staff, it is geared for immigrants, community leaders, social service providers, and other non-attorneys, using simplified English without emphasis on legal terminology. The cost is $25. To order the handbook, send a check to CLINIC at McCormick Pavilion, 415 Michigan Ave., N.E., Washington, DC 20017 or call (202) 635-2556. http://www.cliniclegal.org/publications.html
Harry Seda has designed a survey on students' use of technology; your help is sought in disseminating this survey to adult learners. Harry writes in the introduction to the survey:
"Dear Fellow students: As a student ambassador and advocate I am doing another survey to help students find services, programs, and/or software programs that might help you learn and become more knowledgeable and a more productive member of your community. The content of this survey will better reflect the diverse needs and levels of all students, including English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL for short). Many students had written to me saying they would like to learn more about technology with computers. In order to find and develop new programs and find proper workshop settings to fit that need, I need your help by completing this survey found on my web site." The Web address for the survey is:
breathe - everyday yoga at your desk. http://www.mydailyyoga.com/yoga/everyday_yoga.html
e-literacy: The National Institute for Literacy's electronic newsletter is online (new and archived issues) at http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/eliteracy/archive.html NIFL also maintains an online calendar of events at http://www.nifl.gov/cgi-bin/Calendar/calendar_world.cgi The March issue of e-literacy is available at: http://www.nifl.gov/nifl/eliteracy/02_03_01.html
search LR/RI - the search function at http://www.brown.edu/lrri has been improved so that the LR/RI website is now searchable. Please try it. Let me know what you think.. Thanks to Bill Dennen at Brown for his assistance in getting it to work.
Free education publications are available from ED Pubs, the U.S. Department of
Education's Publications Center. To order free books, brochures, videos, and more, visit the ED Pubs Web site (http://www.ed.gov/about/ordering.jsp) or call ED Pubs toll-free at 877/433-7827.
CALL FOR PAPERS 2003 TESOL Journal Special Issue
Theme: Promoting L2 Literacy, Coeditors: Nancy Clair and Marjorie Terdal
Literacy is recognized today as more than just reading and writing ability and more complex than the simple dichotomy of "literate or illiterate." Rather, literacy is an extremely complex notion that is increasingly defined by the contexts in which it occurs and the factors that affect it, including economic, political, social, and cultural factors. For these reasons, ESOL researchers and practitioners must address the variety of literacies that learners seek to develop. These ESOL literacy learners are very diverse, representing not only children acquiring literacy in their L1 and L2s simultaneously but also adults who may lack or have limited literacy in their L1 and who are developing literacy in English for vocational, functional, critical, expressive, sociocultural, or general academic purposes.
The Autumn 2003 issue of TESOL Journal will focus on classroom-based
practices and current scholarly perspectives related to ESOL literacy development.
The purpose of this special issue is to bring together a variety of perspectives
and current practices related to ESOL literacy education from the range
of settings where it occurs, including ESL and EFL contexts; in schools,
workplaces, community centers, and homes; and with children and adults.
These topics listed are meant to be illustrative, not restrictive. Submissions
may address related areas or more than one of the areas. Submissions are
welcome in all departments: feature articles, perspectives, reviews, tips
from the classroom, and heard on the Web. All submissions must conform
to regular submission guidelines, with the exception that three hard copies
are requested of all submissions, regardless of the department. Submissions
should be sent to the address below. The deadline for submissions is January
6, 2003. Send queries and material to: Marjorie Terdal, Applied Linguistics,
Portland State University, P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207 USA, Queries
only to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Call for Papers: Women and Literacy Edited by Mev Miller
Women's Studies Quarterly is the leading journal on teaching in womenís studies. Thematic issues feature material for specialists and generalists alike, including the most recent scholarship available in jargon-free language; classroom aids such as course syllabi; discussions of strategies for teaching; and up-to-date, complete bibliographies as well as hard-to-find or never-before-published documents and literary materials. Intersections of race and class with gender are of special concern, as are international perspectives. The Quarterly seeks writing for a December, 2003 issue on Women and Literacy. Cross-cultural and international in scope, this issue seeks to include a selection of essays from practitioners in the fields of literacy and adult education as well as from women's studies. Contributions made by literacy practitioners co-authored with women learners or authored by women learners are especially encouraged. This issue encourages writings in a variety of genres, e.g., memoir, personal essays, collections of student writings. Essays may be both reflective of actual practice or theoretical issues. Contributors are asked to include a brief description of your experience in the literacy field.
For the purposes of this issue, "women and literacy" pertains to the
concerns and issues for adult women learners (18+ years of age) who have
pre-basic or limited reading/writing skills in predominately print-based
cultures. This issue seeks to heighten the awareness of womenís studies
academics and feminist educators to the issues of literacy for adult women.
It also strives to explore beyond functional definitions of literacy. Questions
to be addressed may include: What are your definitions of "literacy"?
LR/RI website: a shortcut. The URL for Literacy Resources/RI's website has not changed; you can now get to it more quickly by using this new address: http://www.brown.edu/lrri/ -- with thanks to Kath Connolly and Bill Dennen at Brown University for making it so.
conferences and workshops - conferences and workshops are listed chronologically and are updated with each bulletin
The League for Innovation is accepting proposals for the 2002 Conference on Information Technology, November 17-20, Long Beach, CA. Join your colleagues in this learning community to discover how information technology is transforming educational and social enterprises. The conference appears to be aimed primarily at community and two-year colleges, which means it could have implications for adult education generally. http://www.league.org/2002cit/index.html
21st Annual Conference May 30-31 & June 1, 2002 Ontario Institute for Studies in Education University of Toronto Adult Education and the contested terrain of public policy:
MATSOL Fall Conference MATSOL's 30 Years: Measuring Our Success October 3-4, 2002 Lantana's Conference Center in Randolph, MA http://www.matsol.org/
World Congress & Exposition on Disabilities (WCD), October 3-5, Orlando, Florida. Educators, Adapted Physical Education Specialists, Psychologists, Social Workers, Therapists and Speech Specialists: multidisciplinary disability conference and trade show in the industry, sponsored by the EP Foundation for Education, Inc., a 501(C) 3 not-for-profit organization, with the assistance of EP Magazine. The comprehensive program also includes an intensive schedule of adapted physical activity sessions, and an additional 50 conferences in the employment symposium, sponsored by the Florida Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services. CEU accreditation will be offered for educators through The Council for Exceptional Children, an authorized provider recognized by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). CEU accreditation for OTs, PTs, recreational therapists, social workers, speech & language pathologists and nurses will be offered through the University of Pittsburgh. http://www.wcdexpo.com for conference details and to pre-register at discounted rates (enter source code EDU.
Heritage Languages in America: Second National Conference Washington, D.C. October 18-20, 2002 The first day of the conference will be an invitational research symposium at the University of Maryland,. The final 2 days will be a public meeting in Tysons Corner, VA. http://www.cal.org/heritage Joshua Fishman, Yeshiva and Stanford Universities
from previous bulletins: REMINDERS, RESOURCES:
Stop the Hate, http://www.stopthehate.net/index1.htm - provides numerous resources of value to anyone working in adult education, community development and/or hoping to consider viable ways in which to approach social change.
Language and Literacy is a Canadian on-line journal for educators interested in a broad range of literacy issues encompassing research and teaching in multimedia, print, and oracy. Available at http://educ.queensu.ca/~landl/
LR/RI listserv: As some of you know, Literacy Resources has a list serv - an email discussion group available to anyone with access to email in the state (or beyond, as interest warrants). To learn more about the list, or to subscribe, please send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org. To date, about 30 people have joined the list. Its purpose is to provide a forum for local educators to discuss policy, practice, resources, issues and news related to our work with one another. Unlike the bulletin, which arrives as email, the list is interactive - when you respond to message from the discussion list, everyone else on the list receives your message -- and the conversation, we hope, continues and grows.
VALUE e-list: VALUE has established a valuelearners mailing for email users, hosted by the Western/Pacific Literacy Network, part of the National Institute for Literacy Information and Communication Network System (LINCS). This "e-list" is a way for adult learners who are members of VALUE to communicate with each other. Only adult learners who are members of VALUE can subscribe to this e-list. VALUE is the national organization for adult learners (current or former participants in adult basic skills programs) in the United States. VALUE provides training and other supports to adult learners who want to be more effective leaders in their education programs, communities, and states. This e-list is being managed by members of VALUE's Communications Committee. Subscribers are encouraged to communicate about information, ideas, questions, or problems of interest to them. If you are a member of VALUE and need help subscribing, please contact LR/RI. If you're not a member, but would like to become one, contact LR/RI or visit the VALUE website at http://literacynet.org/value.
Professional development initiative: In 1998, I spent time at the RI Dislocated Worker Program, facilitating classes for teachers there so that they could have an opportunity to observe one another's classes and to reflect on their learning and teaching. (The full text of their reflections is available on the LR/RI web site at Writing from the Field - or contact LR/RI for a hard copy). Please let me know if you would like to participate in this process of professional development. All that's required is your willingness to share your reflections about the observation/learning process for others. I hope to build a block of writing and thinking about this and other forms of our own professional development both through the bulletin and the web site.
Please contact LR/RI if you have information, questions or announcements to share with adult educators in Rhode Island. Bulletins go out at least twice a month; more frequently when there's more to share. To submit information for the next bulletin, please contact LR/RI by phone (401-863-2839), mail (PO Box 1974, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912) or email.
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