Denver, CO (April 27, 2015) Vita’s Executive Director Linda Wolfson and Gail Huber, Vita’s Decisions Curriculum and Training Specialist, presented a workshop at the national conference of the Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE) held in Denver, Co. The workshop, “Decisions For Action: A Program for Thinking and Problem Solving,” was well received by attendees, providers of adult education throughout the country.
Participants were introduced to the Decisions process used by Vita in its community and criminal justice programs to support student persistence and develop critical thinking skills needed in the academic classroom.
Founded in 1971, Vita Education Services is the lead literacy agency in Bucks County and the largest provider of educational services in the Bucks County Correctional Facilities. For information, call 215-345-8322; visit www.VitaEducation.org