At the 2016 CATESOL Annual Conference Adult Level Rap Session, there was great interest in and energetic discussion about the instructional challenges facing Adult Level students with low formal education. To continue the discussion and to develop an avenue to network and share ideas and strategies, we are in the process of forming the Low Education/Low Literacy Adult Learners Interest Group. If you would like to join, contact Inocencia Dacumos at email@example.com.
—Inocencia Dacumos is the Adult Level chair.
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