The Distance Learning Project (DLP)
The 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