Updates for the School Year. Click below to find updated literacy information due to COVID Return to Mississippi Schools: Guidance for the School Year. UFLI Virtual Teaching Hub; Best for All: Foundational Skills Resource. improved their reading skills. In Mississippi only 10 percent of adults stay with literacy classes long enough to complete two workbooks of the standard Laubach method of reading. This brings them.
According to a National Adult Literacy Survey, almost a quarter of the residents of Hancock, Harrison and Jackson Counties over age 16 cannot read or read very poorly. South Mississippi Strong. Free adult literacy courses offered to the public. Call ext 27 for more infomation.
Adult Literacy Adult Literacy offers classes in English language and conversation, preparation for the GED and U.S. Citizenship test, computer literacy, and other focused subject areas. Mar 11, · As of , the most recent National Assessment of Adult Literacy, at least 15 percent of adults in Mississippi were found to be illiterate, with rates soaring as high as 30 percent in some of the most impoverished and rural counties.