Equity and access for learners should be at the core of every decision we make regarding program models. The PSPDC supports programs in complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for...

This fall, as your distance and blended teaching program continues to evolve, the Program Support Professional Development Center (PSPDC) is offering a PD series designed to support you in building...

A colleague described her first week of remote teaching this Fall as "*mostly* successful chaos." Yes! Is your school year off to a somewhat chaotic start? Is it at least partially successful? How are...

We are excited to share our new Zoom Resources page, which now includes our new seven-minute Zoom video tutorial for teachers: Introduction to Zoom: Tips and Tools for Planning and Facilitating Zoom...

Massachusetts is fortunate to be one of only a few states that offers an ABE Teacher License. To help ACLS and SABES develop plans to promote the ABE License and support educators who pursue it, we...

Keep it simple—for students and for you. Choose one tool or platform to be the main home for the materials you and students will use. This could be as formal as Schoology or Google Classroom, or as...

ACLS defines digital literacy as: the skills associated with using technology to enable users to find, evaluate, organize, create, and communicate information. While many of us focus on the ‘literacy’...

The Digital Literacy and Distance Education team at the SABES Program Support PD Center is pleased to announce our new Zoom Resources page, where you will find our new Intro to Zoom Tutorial video for...

ACLS and SABES are developing plans to promote the ABE Teacher's License, support educators who pursue it, and celebrate those who have earned it. To guide our efforts, we are asking all adult...

The National College Transition Network (NCTN) is seeking recommendations for resources to include in a Personal and Workplace Success Skills Digital Library. The library contains resources to guide...

Are you one of the many instructors who will be teaching your math classes from a distance this semester? Wondering how to teach concepts in a concrete way when you can't be in the same place as your...

As programs plan for reconvening classes in the fall, there are many complex challenges that need to be fully addressed in order to resume instruction that is accessible, safe, and meaningful. The...

Support your students with Evidence-Based Reading Instruction tools and strategies. Support yourself / your colleagues in this endeavor with quality professional development from the SABES ELA...

Aztec is offering a free summer webinar series to help those of you who use Aztec or are interested in learning more about this online product. This webinar series will provide administrators...

Racial discrimination in the United States is a 400 year-old problem that has recently exploded into public consciousness once again. Many teachers are asking for resources to incorporate into...

The timing of this PDF resource is perfect for those of us who are interested in equity-minded education. These 10 steps include opportunities for us to learn more about ourselves and our students so...

Since 1993, the Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline (Hotline), has connected adults with over 300 adult education programs that offer one-on-one, small-group, or classroom tutoring and instruction to...

Please consider responding to this national survey, launched by the EdTech Center at World Education in partnership with Literacy Minnesota and its Open Door Collective project. This survey of adult...

Our Center is looking for more teachers to participate in phone interviews about the use of math curricula in adult education classrooms in Massachusetts. In particular, we're interested in what...

During the changing and challenging circumstances of the current COVID-19 shutdowns, it's important to connect to learners. Advisors can use a variety of tools to offer learners support, share...