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Technical Assistance Guides

These guides cover topics including an overview of the program statute, regulations, and policy guidance, how to determine applicant eligibility when competing AEFLA funds, program-specific information regarding section 243 funds and IET, and other topics for administering the AEFLA program.

AEFLA Resource Guide
This guide introduces the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA) and provides additional supports around performance accountability, one-stop partner roles and responsibilities, competitions and making awards, and AEFLA activities.

Determining Applicant Eligibility When Conducting a State Competition for AEFLA Funds
This guide provides information about applicant eligibility to apply for federal AEFLA funds, as well as information about State responsibilities to evaluate applicant eligibility.

Integrated Education and Training (IET) Guide
This guide is intended to be used as a self-assessment in the development or review of an IET program.

Integrating English Literacy and Civics Education (IELCE) Guide
This guide is intended to be used as a self-assessment in the development or review of an IELCE program.

Technical Assistance Guide:  Adult Education and Family Literacy Act Annual Narrative Report
This guide provides suggestions for a State to consider when developing its annual narrative report.

Special Supplement Technical Assistance Guide:  Adult Education and Family Literacy Act Annual Narrative Report 
This guide is organized by each of the narrative questions required in the Annual Narrative Report. This guide should be used in conjunction with the Annual Narrative Technical Assistance Guide.