The Adult Education and Literacy program is available to adults needing basic literacy skills in reading, writing, and math in order to compete successfully in the workplace and build stronger communication skills within their family and in their communities.
The Navarro College Adult Education Literacy Program focuses on providing the basic reading, writing, and math computation skills training that displaced workers need to participate in today’s workforce and retain highly-skilled occupations. Benefits of the Workplace Literacy program includes increasing the quality of communication and creating a safer work environment.
Family and Financial Literacy
Helps parents become active participants in their children’s learning and promotes awareness of financial planning and budgeting.
How to get started
For more information about the Literacy Program at Navarro College, please call (903) 875-7464. To begin the registration process please visit ncael.myoneflow.com/oneflow/Dashboard.aspx