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Current Grantees

There are multiple adult education programs in Colorado utilizing federal Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) Grant funds and/or state Adult Education and Literacy Act (AELA) Grant funds. Individual sites, along with program contact information, can be identified using the map to the right. Please contact these programs directly for more information about their services. 

 

2020-24 Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) Grantees

  • Asian Pacific Development Center
  • Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • Community Educational Outreach
  • Durango Adult Education Center
  • JeffCo Schools Adult ESL and Literacy
  • Mesa County Libraries Adult Learning Center
  • Metropolitan State University Family Literacy Program
  • Montrose Adult Education Center
  • Northeastern Junior College
  • Pikes Peak Library District
  • School District 11 Adult and Family Literacy
  • SEL Tutoring
  • The Learning Source
  • Trinidad State Adult Education Services 

2021-25 Adult Education and Literacy Act (AELA) Grantees

The following is the list of the grantees approved for state funding  under the state Adult Education and Literacy Act (AELA): 

  • Asian Pacific Development Center
  • Colorado Mountain College
  • Colorado Springs School District 11
  • Community College of Aurora
  • Community College of Denver
  • Durango Adult Education Center
  • Emily Griffith Technical College
  • Focus Points Family Resource Center
  • Harrison School District 2
  • Mesa County Libraries Adult Learning Center
  • Metropolitan State University Family Literacy Program
  • Mile High Youth Corps
  • Montrose Adult Education Center
  • Spring Institute

Please contact these programs directly for more information about their services.

Adult Education and Literacy Act (AELA) Grant Program Evaluation Reports to the Colorado Legislature

The AELA authorizing legislation requires that a  report about the grant be submitted to the education committees of the state legislature annually. The report is intended to meet the statutory reporting requirements outlined in C.R.S. 22-10-105. These are the available AELA reports:

2015-16 (PDF)

2016-17 (PDF)

2017-19 (PDF)