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Your New Year’s Resolution

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Only half of you reading this have the knowledge and skills to run a successful lifelong learning program.

Outlook 2019

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Overall, lifelong learning programs in North America are doing well in serving their communities. You are adjusting to the new economy and the millennial generation’s different needs.

LERN Forecasts 2019

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Here’s what’s ahead for 2019. The big forecast is the absolute must-have plan for your program in addressing a possible recession. See our separate story and get our special report on planning for a recession in the LERN Club.

Paper prices to rise 25%

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Paper prices for your upcoming 2019 print brochures may be going up by as much as 25%, according to news reports, LERN Senior Vice President Julie Coates says.

CPP Renewal Gets Votes

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“Creating new classes and offerings” was the top vote getter as attendees in Savannah cast almost 1,000 votes on what new and updated topics they wanted covered in LERN’s new CPP Refresher Course.

2019 To Be Big Year

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Registrations for UGotClass were up a whopping 10% in 2018 over the previous year, setting yet another record for registrations.

Integrated Marketing Study

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Conference coverage starts now. A new pioneering study on Integrated Marketing for the field of lifelong learning is being released at the LERN Annual Conference in Savannah Nov 6-9.

New! Invisible Diversity

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A breakthrough new book, Invisible Diversityby LERN’s Julie Coates, is premiering at the big LERN annual conference in Savannah the morning of November 8.

OCTOBER

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Here’s the latest news on the big Savannah conference Nov. 6-9, 2018

Hobbies Back

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With increased stress, tension and the need for better mental health among people today, hobbies, leisure and enrichment classes are assuming an even bigger importance to society right now.