[AAACE-NLA] title one vs title two wia
carl.guerriere at po.state.ct.us
Tue Jan 13 10:22:33 EST 2004
Dear (Adult) literacy advocates,
In order to meaningfully discuss this issue with legislators, we need some
reference that NIFL is threatened with loss of funding and how much as well
as a reference that it will no longer have literacy information related to
adults. Otherwise we look like Chicken Little.
Executive Director/Literacy Advocate
Greater Hartford Literacy Council
99 Pratt Street
Hartford, CT 06103
(860) 522-7323 (522-READ)
Fax: (860) 722-2486
Reading. It takes you places.
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[mailto:aaace-nla-bounces at lists.literacytent.org]On Behalf Of Sissy Kegley
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 7:08 AM
To: dwyoho at earthlink.net; 'National Literacy Advocacy List sponsored by
Subject: [AAACE-NLA] title one vs title two wia
It's worth noting, in my opinion, that as difficult as it is to find the
analysis of WIA we're looking for, the information that does surface applies
primarily to Title One, and not Title Two.
How many people on this list can say that within the purview of their job
description is a mandate to draft a side by side analysis of House and
Senate legislative language?
My agreement with Debbie Yoho's position (i.e., that we don't have the
luxury to wait for someone else to do the work for us) notwithstanding, a
related issue is that the field of adult education desperately needs an
infusion of $$ dedicated to advocacy.
(301) 588-4333 home office
(301) 467-5364 cellular
sissy.kegley at verizon.net
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