This national organization promotes literacy and essential skills for English Canadians through networking, research, government liaison and learner development. In addition, through communication and collaboration, it helps to support the people and organizations involved with adult literacy education.
Frontier College has been responding to the literacy needs of Canadians since 1899. Its national network of volunteers teaches literacy skills through the Student Centred Individualized Learning method. Other programs include Campus Programs (Students for Literacy) and the Labourer-Teacher Program.