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June 17, 2013Maryville, MO |  By: Coffey

AEL Program

Many Adult Education and Literacy programs in Missouri are suffering from funding problems and have been forced to shut down.

One program still operating is based out of Maryville. Northwest Missouri AEL Director Linda Stephens says her office is receiving a cut in funding but has been approved for a grant to help with the operation of the program.

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Stephens says her office will work with residents from the Trenton and Bethany that may have trouble working toward a GED due to the closure of the program in the Green Hills Area.