[Assessment 1381] How you communicate success: search for model programs extended!
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*Deadline Extended to **August 7, 2008**!!*
*ProLiteracy Seeks Model Programs for Performance Accountability Initiative*
Deadline for Application – **August 7, 2008*
With funding from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, ProLiteracy is
leading a three-year national project known as the *Dollar
General/ProLiteracy Performance Accountability Initiative*.
This project identifies promising practices for collecting, analyzing, and
using student and program assessment data to demonstrate and communicate
This year's (2008-2009) theme is *Communicating Success to Stakeholders*.
As in the previous years, ProLiteracy will choose up to eight model programs
that demonstrate promising accountability practices related to communicating
Those selected as model programs will receive:
· a $1,500 stipend
· increased national visibility
· an opportunity to extend their positive impact to the literacy and
adult education field across the U.S.
The deadline for accepting nominations via e-mail is* **August 7, 2008*
Please visit http://www.proliteracy.org/external/dg_pai.asp to read the
guidelines and to complete a nomination form.
Please forward this information to other programs that have increased their
program resources and effectiveness by communicating their success to
Should you have any questions, please contact Marie Cora, Project Manager,
via e-mail at mcora at proliteracy.org.
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