Distance Learning ESL & HSE

The Distance Learning Project (DLP)

DGP5471The Distance Learning Project is available for adult basic education students in Pennsylvania. Students use approved distance learning curriculum resources (Internet, workbooks and videos) in a structured program outside of the classroom. This program is for students who cannot participate in face-to-face learning programs in the community.

The DLP provides classes in:

  • Adult Basic Education
  • Transition to Workplace and College
  • High School Equivalency (HSE) test preparation
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages
  • U.S. Naturalization Test Preparation
  • TOEFL® Test preparation

A student is supported by a teacher at a distance using phone calls, e-mail, and mail. Students who are self-starters, have good organizational and study skills, and who can work independently are good candidates for Distance Learning.

For information on Pennsylvania’s free Distance Learning Project, go to http://www.padistancelearning.org , or call 1-888-889-6020.

To apply for free Distance Learning in Pennsylvania, go to http://www.padistancelearning.org/apply.html

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