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To: numeracy@world.std.com
Subject: Fwd: searching for a Spanish e-class in basic math
Date: Tue, 04 Mar 2008 14:28:43 -0500
From: eleonelli@aol.com
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Friends,

This request recently came across my desk, and I'm wondering if any of
you know
of such a course. If not, perhaps you might ask ESOL teachers at your
program if
they do?
Thank you,
Tricia
PS Hi, Esther: Would you please post this on the Numeracy list serv?
Gracias.

Dear Jane



I am searching for an e-learning ABET course in Spanish that covers
Numeracy and
Literacy. By e-learning I am referring to an interactive PC-based
programme
(text, pictures, sound) that an adult can work through. Do you perhaps
know if
anything like this that exists?



SABES "Training Leaders in Adult Basic Education"

Tricia Donovan, Ed.D.
SABES CRC
World Education
44 Farnsworth St.
Boston, MA 02210
617-482-9485 x3785
Fax 617-482-0617






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