20 Years of Turning the Page to a Brighter Tomorrow


Family Fun at Seeds East Open House

Seeds of Literacy hosted Summer Jam: A Seeds East Open House on Saturday, with face-painting, ice cream, music, expert bubble-blowing, poetry, and more. Great fun for kids, while adults got to tour our GED® classroom and learn about free tutoring available in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood of Cleveland’s east side.
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Tips for Success from a GED Grad

5 Tips for Success from a GED® Graduate

By Margo Hudson, 2012 Seeds of Literacy GED® graduate and current volunteer tutor     1. Everyone starts somewhere. Tell yourself that everyone took that first step. You can, too. You are never too old. Remember that what you put into it is what you’ll get out of it. You’ll
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Learning disabilities may affect adult learners.

How Do I Get Accommodations for the GED® Test?

A few months ago, GED Testing Service (the group that owns the GED® test) changed the way a person applies for test accommodations. The process can be a little tricky, so here’s a breakdown of what you need to know about GED test accommodations.   What are test accommodations? Accommodations
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Seeds of Literacy on Capitol Hill to talk with representatives about adult literacy funding in the WOIA.

On Capitol Hill for Adult Literacy

Seeds of Literacy is taking it to DC. Executive Director Bonnie Entler and Seeds graduate and tutor Margo Hudson have an action-packed day of Congressional visits planned today as part of the Coalition on Adult Basic Education’s Hill Day. COABE invited Bonnie to represent Ohio’s adult education community and educate
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Why Didn’t They Finish School? It’s More than Meets the Eye

By Diane Vogel Ferri, Seeds of Literacy volunteer tutor   When I retired from teaching, I wanted to do something worthwhile, to reciprocate for my good fortune and to use my teaching skills. I spent my career teaching children with learning disabilities and wanted to work with adults—people who had
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With diverse adult students, inclusiveness is a priority for Seeds of Literacy.

Breaking Grammar: Our Values in Language

I’ve written most of the posts here since Seeds of Literacy’s blog launched over a year ago, and the whole time I’ve been waiting for someone to call me out on something, like I’ve been harboring a fugitive. Well, no more hiding. It’s time I turn in my grammar outlaw.
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Support Seeds at Luca Italian Cuisine

Indulge in the sunny cuisine of Italy without leaving the banks of the Cuyahoga! Kick off Seeds of Literacy’s 20th Anniversary by joining a select group of Seeds’ Friends at Luca Italian Cuisine. Savor five courses of decadent delight and wine pairings in an intimate setting with one of the
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Margo Hudson, a Seeds of Literacy GED grad, continues to earn praise for her dedication to adult education and literacy in Cleveland

Seeds Grad Named One of Cleveland’s Most Interesting for 2017

Cleveland Magazine’s annual list of the city’s most interesting people includes Seeds of Literacy GED® grad and volunteer tutor Margo Hudson! Named one of the year’s most interesting for her commitment to earning her GED credential and her many achievements that followed — like being invited to participate at last summer’s
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A GED student reads a book at Seeds of Literacy

A Breath of Hope in Adult Literacy

Take a deep breath as you balance the shopping bags in your hands with the eternal “to-do” list in your head. We have the perfect gift for those hard-to-buy-for folks on your list. And we promise that you’ll feel as good giving it as the person receiving it. Supply educational
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A GED student works in class.

Getting it Write: 5 Tips to Help Students with Composition

With the GED® exam featuring both an extended response (i.e. an argumentative essay) and a short response, writing is an essential skill for GED students to have. However, many adult students struggle with how to approach writing and the process of breaking down the steps. So how can you help
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