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Everyone can learn!

ECALA allocates Advanced Education funding to organizations in Edmonton to provide literacy and foundational learning programs for adults. ECALA is recognized as a Granting Council by Alberta Advanced Education under the Community Adult Learning Program (CALP) Guidelines.

ECALA has invested in community-based adult learning in Edmonton since 1998 based on its’ vision of “Everyone can learn”. In 2018, ECALA’s investment grew to $2 million annually.

ECALA acknowledges that it operates and provides funding on our first people’s land which was originally named Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Beaver Hills House) and is now known as Edmonton.

Together with our Indigenous Working Group and Board of Directors, we acknowledge the First Peoples, our ancestors, the caregivers of Turtle Island.

ECALA Indigenous Summer Student Position

ECALA is looking for a student who identifies as First Nation, Métis, and/or Inuit to assist our Indigenous Education Liason over the summer. Click here [...]

Indigenous Literacy Assessment Report

The Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth (USAY) and Calgary Learns have published an Indigenous Literacy Assessment. From May 2020 to June 2021, USAY conducted an [...]

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