HOUSTON--Texas' largest adult education program, managed by Houston Community College, has been awarded more than $7 million dollars by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and selected to participate in a distance learning literacy program. In addition, the HCC Community and Adult Education Division, has been asked to participate in study being conducted by the Psychology Department at Rice University.

The $7 million includes both state and federal funding to support HCC and its partners in the Houston Literacy Consortium, who provide free grant-supported adult education programs including English as a Second Language.

The Adult Education Division provides Adult Basic Education (ABE), General...

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