Literacy is a community problem and needs to be addressed at the local level by the community. Community collaboration involving families in the illiterate population, education providers, partnered with businesses, faith-based organizations, and other community partners have the best chance of achieving meaningful and sustainable results.
Among the greatest challenges disadvantaged children face is how to effectively read and write. We are employing Phonetic Awareness, Phonics Instruction, Improve Vocabulary, Fluency, Comprehension, and Writing instruction components intended to enhance participants’ learning. To date, Individualized, measurable, and aspirational goals are established to coincide with educational progression plans. We intend to have 80% project efficiency at every level by
The Youth Literacy Project will reduce the rate of illiteracy to less than 5% particularly among the disadvantaged populations in our foot print and allow for societal enhancement through improved school performance and behaviors.