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The rapidly evolving challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, including statewide school closures, have caused countless disruptions for educators across […]
Change is good; you go first. A month ago, we never imagined how our work would change in the blink […]
After a year of planning, in late January 2020, the UTK CLEE Event Team executed the Tennessee Department of Education’s […]
National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) was originally called “National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week” when Congress, in 1945, declared […]
Join us in celebrating adult education and family literacy programs serving adult students, parents and their young children by providing high quality instruction in basic literacy and math skills, oral and written English, high school equivalency degrees or post-secodary training. Help us break the cycles of low literacy, low education, and poverty.
CLEE Staff from the LINCS RPDC II will present at the annual COABE conference in Dallas, TX. Presentation topics: Creating Effective Learning Environments by Gail Cope; and Critical Thinking and Numeracy in Social Media, by Aaron Kohring and Duren Thompson. Click here for more COABE info.
Visit us at the CEHHS Chalk Walk on Friday, April 8th – held on the UTK Pedestrian Walkway. Staff will be creating this image in chalk about 3 foot square from 8-noon! (Rain location – the UTK University Center).
Join CLEE Staff on August 11 from 6-8pm at the Embassy Suites in west Knoxville to ways to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Knoxville. Mayor Madeline Rogero plans to attend – make your voice heard! Click on the header to register or for more information,
Center staff member Duren Thompson was a featured speaker at FlipCon 2015, on July 13-15th. Focused on “flipped learning,” her presentations highlighted the Center efforts to improve the quality of PD for adult literacy practitioners, as well as strengthen adult learners’ skills for college and career transition.