LITERACY GRANT UPDATE: WADDESDON COMMUNITY LIBRARY PROJECT
by Amy Hayes, Librarian, Waddesdon C of E School Since hearing about […]
Matugga, Uganda LibraryEnsure that people worldwide have access to libraries and literacy education programs.
Literate Earth Project
Preschool Program for Visually ImpairedMeet the educational needs of sighted and non-sighted children and provide enrichment programming for children ages 3 to 6.
Specialized Training ProgramTraining for 100 primary school teachers in rural Nepal. The project will benefit more than 2,500 children.
Early Literacy and Preschool ProgramExpose the children to routine, teach basic concepts, develop early literacy skills and plant the seed for the love of reading.
Las Manos de Christine
Books to the Right Place81,000 books, valued at $607,500, will reach 43 libraries and 83 schools in Africa.
Books for Africa
Ethipia, Cameroon, Tanzania & Kenya
Better Teachers for Ugandan SchoolsEnhanced training and resources for 6 teachers affecting over 300 students, and this effect will expand over time.
Make Children's Books10,000+ copies of 3 original children's books written and designed by locals will be printed and distributed across Cambodia reaching an estimated 175,000 children.
Room to Read
Build a Reading RoomTwo new libraries will be build in the developing world schools, impacting an estimated 250 students and 3-10 teachers per school for three years!
India & Laos
Get Kids Access to WonderopolisChildren in 200 local communities across the US will be provided with technology to access Wonderopolis, the best literacy website ever made.
National Center for Family Literacy
Teacher Training in MexicoOver 500 students enhance their education through literacy and the arts and bring a community together.
Shakespeare ProgramRCLC is proposing to offer a six- week intensive summer Shakespeare program for inner city urban youth during summer of 2011.
Robinson Community Learning Center
GEDs for Prisoners220 prisoners will receive GED test prep materials and dictionaries so they can get a GED and have viable options for work when they are released.
Prison Book Program
Book Delivery in OklahomaMuskogee Oklahoma Schools received high quality children's books that will be distributed to families of the schools. The total donation is estimated to be worth $125,000.
Feed the Children
Literacy Skills To Create Sustainable Life ChangeProvide comprehensive literacy training to 400 individuals returning from displaced camps.
Train Teachers in Rural GuatemalaProvide 65 primary-school teachers in rural Guatemala with training in effective reading instruction and 2,340 books for their classrooms.
Cooperative for Education
Improve Children's Literacy Skills With Assistance Dogs10 new R.E.A.D. training workshops around the country and provide scholarships to train and qualify 5 additional R.E.A.D. instructors (adding to our nationwide pool of 38).
Intermountain Therapy Animals R.E.A.D
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