Adult Learner
 
 
 
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Improve your reading, writing and math

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Across the province, you can take programs at Community Learning Organizations that will help you improve your reading, writing and math skills.

 

 

The programs are free to all adults who have not completed their high school diploma, are over 19 and have been out of school for one year.

 

Courses are available from September to June, and you can join at any time as long as a seat is available.

 

  Click on your region in the map below for a list of community-based learning organizations in your area to learn more about the adult learning program.

 

 

Southwestern Valley Halifax Northern Strait Cape Breton

 

Or, call our toll-free line at 1-877-go-NSSAL
(1-877-466-7725).

Also, Literacy Nova Scotia can provide advice and direction. Visit http://www.ns.literacy.ca or call
1-800-255-5203 or look under "Learn" in the Yellow Pages.


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