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Don't miss out on NETWORK 2016!

NETWORK 2016, the signature professional development event sponsored by the Massachusetts Coalition for Adult Education (MCAE), is on Friday, May 13, 2016 at the Best Western Royal Plaza hotel in Marlborough, MA.

Join us for another inspiring conference, featuring:

  • 55 workshop sessions
  • Outstanding Educator Award
  • Outstanding Student Award
  • Student Scholarship Award
  • Exhibitors' area
  • More than 500 attendees

To register click here.


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Leadership can sometimes be a complicated art, sometimes it’s a simple act.  MCAE is asking you to be a leader in ABE, and we’ve made it simple.

If your program receives state and/or federal adult basic education (ABE) funding, your services to the community depend, in large measure, on MCAE’s steadfast and effective advocacy.  However, MCAE’s capacity to continue this work is perilously at risk.

Due to the changing funding priorities of some of MCAE’s major, long-term supporters, we must now diversify our funding sources and raise $30,000 by June 30 to continue our services uninterrupted.

As we look out to the broader community to diversify funding, it is critical we can show that your program – a beneficiary of our services – supports us.

We are pleased to announce 2 new MCAE organizational memberships with new benefits.  We’re especially pleased that one of the new benefits includes priority service for MCAE member programs and their employees to receive discounted health insurance rates for Massachusetts plans through our partnership with the National Association of Socially Responsible Organizations.

To become a Leadership Circle or Organizational Member, simply click here for everything you need to join.  As you may remember from registering for Network, if you receive funding from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, your grant has a budget line for memberships. 

As always, MCAE also continues to welcome individual memberships to support our vital efforts.

MCAE is the unified voice for ABE in Massachusetts.  Please send your membership support today so we can continue to speak forcefully on your behalf without interruption. 

Being an ABE leader has never been easier.

For more information, contact MCAE at info@mcae.net, Tel: 617-482-6223.

Massachusetts ABE/ESOL Calendar


We Are Unionizing--Get Involved!!

The Massachusetts Coalition for Adult Education and its partner, SEIU Local 509, are organizing ABE staff into a non-traditional, statewide union. We have filed and are in the process of passing new legislation giving us the right to bargain with the state over workload, conditions, and more. Llearn about what it can mean for you and your program, and how you can help!

For more information, contact: info@mcae.net


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MCAE Leadership Circle

Blue Hills Regional Adult Basic Education

Bristol Community College Adult Basic Education

Bristol Community College SABES

Boston Centers for Youth and Families

Boston Education, Skills, & Training Corporation

Brockton Public Schools Adult Learning Center

Cape Cod Community College ACCCESS Program

Catholic Charities/Haitian Multi Service Center

College Bound Dorchester

Community Learning Center

East Boston Harborside

Framingham Adult ESL Plus

Holyoke Community College

Hudson Maynard Adult Learning Center

Jewish Vocational Service of Greater Boston

Lowell Adult Education Center

Massachusetts ABE Directors' Council

Massachusetts Career Development Institute, Inc

Massachusetts Correctional Education Association

Methuen Adult Learning Center

Mount Wachusett Community College

Mujeres Unidas en Accion

New Bedford ABE/ESOL

Northern Essex Community College

Notre Dame Education Center, Boston

Quinsigamond Community College


UMASS Dartmouth’s Worker Education Program

Valley Opportunity Council

Waltham Power Program

Worcester Adult Learning Center

World Education

MCAE Organizational Members

Adult Literacy Resource Institute at UMass Boston

Asian American Civic Association

Asian Center of Merrimack Valley

Berkshire Sheriff's Department

Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, Inc.

Catholic Charities/El Centro del Cardenal

Center for New Americans

Clinton Adult Learning Center

Community Action, Inc.

Crittenton Women’s Union

First Literacy

Immigrant Learning Center

International Institute of Greater Lawrence

International Institute of New England

Jackson Mann Community Center GED Program

Literacy Program of Greater Plymouth

Literacy Project

Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts

Massachusetts Association of Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages (MATSOL)

Martha's Vineyard Adult Learning Program

Massasoit Community College ABE Program

Middlesex Community College

North Shore Community Action

Pittsfield Adult Learning Center

Project Hope

Randolph Community Partnership


South Berkshire Educational Collaborative

Southeastern Massachusetts SER-Jobs For Progress, Inc.

Webster Adult Basic Education

YMCA Woburn

What’s New at MCAE

NETWORK 2016: May 13

Registration deadline: May 3

View Photos From NETWORK 2015!

With over 50 workshops and over 500 attendees NETWORK 2014 was a great success!

Click here to view photos from the event.

MCAE has endorsed the Raise Up MA Campaign to raise the minimum wage and pass an earned sick time benefit for workers

MCAE: Office Location:

World Education, 44 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210. 

MCAE’s phone number:


Massachusetts Coalition for Adult Education

The Massachusetts Coalition for Adult Education (MCAE) champions the right of all adults to acquire 21st century literacy, English language and numeracy skills leading to economic prosperity, strong families and vibrant communities. MCAE provides leadership, professional development, communication and advocacy to advance quality adult basic education.

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