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The Nova Scotia School for Adult Learning (NSSAL) is part of the Adult Education Division of the Department of Labour and Workforce Development. Created in September 2001, NSSAL coordinates educational programs for adults who want to upgrade their literacy skills and/or earn their high school diploma. (Click here for more information about the diploma). The school offers programs at more than 150 sites across the province in partnership with regional school boards, Nova Scotia Community College, Université Sainte-Anne, and community-based learning organizations. 


Funding for this initiative is provided by the Department of Labour and Advanced Educaton, the Department of Community Services, and Service Canada.

For an overview of the adult learning program, click here ALP overview.


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