Secretary White awards $5.7 million to literacy projects

October 2013
Illinois Literacy;Fall2013, p1
The article reports on the $5.7 million awards given by Secretary of the State Jesse White to literacy projects in Illinois. It states the 298 service project locations in Cook County and 269 outside the county. It mentions the $1,494,374 awarded to 48 programs of Penny Severns Family Literacy to provide parents and children's instructional services. It also emphasizes the $3,958,767 awarded to 89 programs of Adult Volunteer Literacy to provide training for volunteers who tutor adults.


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