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The 5th Annual PULSE Conference

DETROIT, MI – Reading Works and Wayne State University Harris Literacy Program announced today they will host on Nov. 15 the 5th Annual PULSE Conference.

It's an interactive, day-long forum with expert speakers, discussions, and workshops – open to literacy providers, educators, employers, public officials and the general public.

PULSE stands for Updates for Literacy, Skill development & Employment. Conference topics will include best practices in adult literacy, emphasizing reading, writing, math application, data interpretation, technology, integrated education and work readiness.

Jeff Donofrio, Michigan’s Director of Labor and Economic Opportunity, will keynote the conference and provide a practice-based update on the state’s workforce development efforts.

Representatives from Flagstar Bank, Walgreens and Milton Manufacturing will highlight how they partner with adult education agencies to help employees learn new skills to apply in the workplace. Other issues to be explored include digital literacy, trauma-informed teaching, ESL challenges, and diversity in the workplace.

Anyone interested in attending should register at https://whova.com/portal/registration/pcale_201911/. For more information, contact Sister Janice Brown at jbrown@readingworksdetroit.org, or 586-565-2526. You can also visit https://www.readingworksdetroit.org/.

PULSE Details
Date: November 15, 2019
Time: 8 am to 3 pm
Location: WSU McGregor Conference Center, 495 Gilmour Mall, Detroit, MI 48202





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