On Friday, April 11, 2024, at 6pm First Literacy will host the 34th Annual Spelling Bee at the State Street Channel Center in Boston. Anyone who would like to form a spelling team can do so. During the Spelling Bee swarms of spellers will compete by spelling words sure to stump even the savviest of spellers.
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The topic of AI has grown immensely in the past few years. In a world increasingly driven by technological advancements, AI has become not only a trending topic, but a look into the future.
In 2023 we saw a shift from virtual to in person and continued advances in technology that impacted both adult learners and educators. Hybrid classrooms are more common, and the rapid acceleration of AI has created both opportunities and challenges in the field of education.
Honoring Legacy, Igniting Futures: First Literacy Announces 2023-2024 Tom Brunnick Memorial Scholarship Recipient
The pursuit of knowledge knows no age limit, and scholarships designed specifically for adult learners play a pivotal role in breaking barriers and creating opportunities for those who seek to further their education later in life.
First Literacy is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Hamilton Company Charitable Foundation. The grant will enable First Literacy to continue its impactful work making education accessible to adult learners throughout Massachusetts.
The First Literacy Spotlight on Innovation in Adult Basic Education, held at Bunker Hill Community College’s Charlestown campus, included presentations from the ten organizations that received First Literacy grants last year and featured keynote speaker Dan Noyes, CEO of Tech Goes Home.