Adult and At-Risk Youth Education Classes
Clients served at The Literacy Council of Tyler are adults or youth (16 years of age and older) who have left school deficient in basic reading skills, lack a GED, and/or do not speak English as their first language. In Smith County, there are at least 50,000 potential clients. Serving about 2500 students annually, the program provides basic literacy tutoring, GED prep classes and/or English as a Second Language classes. These classes are taught by paid staff and trained volunteers. Programs are held at 16 sites in Smith County where it is shown there is a need and reasonable participation occurs.
Director: Nancy Crawford firstname.lastname@example.org
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