Libraries partner with literacy programs

September 2007
Illinois Literacy;Fall2007, p2
The article lists various statistics on adult/volunteer literacy programs in Illinois, including the percentage of Illinois libraries participating in literacy programs, the number of libraries offering themselves as tutoring sites, and the number of libraries referring prospective students and tutors to literacy programs.


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