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Learner Writing Magazine
 This past spring the New Jersey Association for Lifelong Learning (NJALL) held its first annual Learner Writing Contest. We felt very honored by the amount of submissions we received and we are thankful that so many people were willing to share their work with us. Several of the winners read their work at the spring conference and the audience was quite moved.   


We are now ready to share the magazine.  It contains not only the submissions that won awards, but also a number of other pieces that the committee felt were worthy of sharing.  


We hope that you enjoy reading the magazine and that you will consider using it with your own students.  


To access a downloadable pdf of the magazine, please click here.  



Getting the magazine out has taken longer than expected and we appreciate everybody's patience. This was our first time holding the contest and putting the magazine together and we have learned some valuable lessons. We expect that the process will go much smoother next time.  


We will be announcing the process for next year's contest very soon.  


Thanks again to all the learners, teachers and tutors that made this contest possible.   


If you have any thoughts or suggestions about the contest you can contact us at:   

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 The recently passed Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is changing the provision of adult basic education, adult literacy, ESOL and workforce education in the United States and in New Jersey. As the law is implemented, many people have questions about what the implications will be for their students, programs and communities.  

 To address this issue, NJALL has created a blog focused on WIOA. The blog will share resources that are being created both by the government and other organizations around the country. Just as importantly, we hope the blog will be a space where people can share their thoughts, questions and concerns about WIOA. 

 We are an all volunteer organization, but we will do our best to get answers to questions that people about the law and what is happening around it. As part of our advocacy efforts, we will also forward your thoughts about the law and its implementation to the appropriate representatives and officials.   

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