Category: Family Literacy


The word active will always be linked with boys. Roughness is in their nature. They can spend six hours at the park, go home and still want to play video games. Reading seems like it’s never a part of their Read more…


Education is the single-most important criterion for predicting a person’s success. Virtually no one would disagree with such a statement. What’s surprising, however, is that many of those who support education often subscribe to the systematic notion that adult education Read more…


Summer reading loss is a real thing for many Florida students. If students do not read during the summer, they can lose the literacy skills developed over the previous school year. Even though family literacy classes might be done, take this Read more…


Americans reacted with shock and sadness when they learned of the Taliban’s attempted assassination of young Malala Yousafzai, a brave, visionary 14-year-old Pakistani girl whose only so-called offense was to advocate for the education of girls and women in her Read more…


The Central Florida Literacy Month Celebration brought families to Wekiwa Springs State Park in Apopka last weekend to enjoy a wide range of interactive activates to promote reading and literacy.The Florida Literacy Coalition and local partners held the event to celebrate Florida Read more…

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