Sunday, September 6, 2009

Adult Literacy Awareness Month

Adult Literacy Awareness Month
September Spotlight
on SCLLN Literacy Programs

City of Commerce Library - Adult Literacy Program

Offers one-on-one tutoring for adults 16 years or older who want to better their reading and writing skills and for those adults who have learned English as a second language and would like to improve their English language skills. All materials are free and all tutors are trained to help adults raise their reading and writing skills.

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Corona Public Library – Literacy Program

English-speaking adults can improve their reading, writing and computing skills through the library’s Literacy Program or call (951) 279-3589 to find out more! Adults are matched one-to-one with trained volunteers and meet regularly at the library during open hours. Through the library’s Families For Literacy program, parents are encouraged to read aloud at home through special storytimes and book giveaways.

Give The Gift
of reading and writing to adult learners in
California library literacy programs from Santa Barbara to San Diego

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