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Subject: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:1164] COABE 2006 website and Call for Presentations nowavailable
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COABE and the Texas Association for Literacy and Adult Education (TALAE)
invite you to submit a proposal for presentation at the 2006 COABE
National Conference to be held in Houston April 26-29, 2006.

The COABE 06 Conference website is now available:

Many aspects of the website are still under construction, but the Call
for Presentations page is complete and the CFP can be downloaded.

Proposals are due no later than Friday, November 18, 2005.

The conference committee is interested in outstanding and innovative
practices in all aspects of adult education including:
    * basic literacy
    * workforce development
    * family literacy
    * English as a Second Language
    * volunteer/community-based literacy
    * correctional education
Proposals in other areas of adult education will be considered as well.
The program committee is looking for presentations based on successful
implementation, current research, and sound practice. In addition to
general adult education interest areas, this year's conference will
have five special tracks. Those tracks are:
    * Improving Teaching and Learning Outcomes
    * Integrating Technology and Instruction
    * Linking Research to Practice
    * Promoting Adult Educators as Leaders
    * Advancing Change Through Education

Harriet Vardiman Smith
Clearinghouse Director
Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy & Learning
State Partner in the National LINCS System
Texas A&M University
main office email:

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