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Adult education and immigrant integration: networks for integrating new Americans (NINA), theoretical framework

Corporate Name: World Education, Inc.

Publisher: World Education

Published At: Boston, MA

Date Published: 2013

Material Type: Information Analysis

Intended Audience: General

Physical Media: Print

Physical Description: 50 p.

Subjects: Adult Education; Immigrants; English (Second Language); Family Literacy; Job Skills; Employment Potential; Citizenship Education

This theoretical framework was produced by the Networks for Integrating New Americans initiative (NINA) to assist adult educators providing services to meet the linguistic, civic, and economic integration needs of the immigrant and refugee community. Included are a literature review, discussion of issues, specific strategies, and examples of successful initiatives.

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