IELCE activities aim to address immigrants’ civic, economic, and linguistic integration, and a network of partners is often needed to achieve this wide range of services. This wide range of services includes not only partnerships with workforce development community members but also with other immigrant-serving organizations in critical areas such as housing assistance and legal support. This section contains resources for adult education providers to build networks with community partners to support immigrant integration and inclusion.

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Graphic: Federal Supports for Immigrant Integration and Inclusion
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