Basic Adult Literacy Tutoring Workshop (May 3 and 10)
The Literacy Council of Northern Virginia will host an intensive workshop to train volunteers to be Basic Adult Literacy Tutors. The workshop occurs on two consecutive Saturdays (May 3 and 10) and costs $50. Participants must attend both sessions of the workshop. The fee covers both workshop materials, as well as the first set of books tutors will use with their students.
Fab Lab workshops start Dec. 10
Are you at least 18 years old, live in the Stoughton Area School District and want to use some of the newest digital fabrication technology around?
Ten tips for choosing the right tutor for your child
Tutors offer a wealth of educational resources for students who need remedial work, as well as for those who want academic enrichment and maintenance.
Phillip Tutor: What will candidates see in Alabama?
Tidy up the joint, Alabama. Company’s on the way. Don’t let them see our dirty laundry piled up on the floor.
Everyday People: SMART volunteer driven by literacy for all
Judith Pearson, a retired teacher, librarian and technology worker, has always loved books and helping people of all ages improve their literacy, from children starting out to adults studying for
Phillip Tutor: Now, what about that Anniston hotel?
An unofficial and highly subjective top-five list of development suggestions for the unsightly corner of 12th and Noble streets in Anniston:
Phillip Tutor: Woodstock has what Anniston wanted
WOODSTOCK — Blame Jacob Ussery Ray. It’s his fault. If his ancestors hadn’t come from the British isles, or if he hadn’t settled in this pin-prick here in Bibb County,
United Way hosts mentor and tutor recruitment
In honor of January being National Mentor Month, the United Way of Greater Augusta will host a mentor and tutor recruitment fair on Jan. 12. They hope to provide an
Phillip Tutor: How the South pays (literally) for the Lost Cause
Even with its Confederate furnace and Confederate park and Confederate memorial wall and Civil War reenactments, Ohatchee isn’t Calhoun County’s Confederate center. It’s Jacksonville. Ohatchee is too small and too
Phillip Tutor: How much do you love Anniston, they ask
In 20 minutes a day, tutors help kids boost reading, math skills
Reading Corps and Math Corps need more and more tutors as schools see the program's effectiveness
Mathematical Problem Solving Workshop
South Sound Circles will be holding a one-day workshop in mathematical problem solving Saturday, December 15 at the University of Puget Sound. This workshop will be valuable for both math teachers and individuals in the community who are supporting efforts to close the achievement gap in mathematics. This latter group includes tutors and those involved …
Amherst Smart Start workshop focuses on theft, fraud prevention
In preparation for upticks in theft during the holiday season, business owners and employees in Amherst were educated about merchandise theft, fraud and online scams.
How first-generation college-bound students are honing their financial literacy
More than 100 high school students participated in the financial workshop on Saturday, Jan. 26.
Sonoma students learn financial literacy
Workshops to guide woodland owners
GREENVILLE — The Clemson Extension Forestry and Wildlife team has announced a series of workshops designed to educate landowners about the ecological and financial benefits of proper woodland management.
Workshop offers immigration advice
About a dozen people showed up for an immigration workshop on Saturday at Pablo’s Restaurant, led by Edwardo Rodriguez, a former deportation officer.AnaLuisa Tapia, deputy director for the League of
Troy students learn financial literacy
TROY, N.Y. — Students at Troy’s Public School 14 were able to participate in a program aimed at teaching financial literacy.
Literacy program receives $10,000 gift
Arkansas Preschool Plus representatives met with Sen. Jason Rapert Thursday to accept a $10,000 grant from the Central Arkansas Planning and Development District for Conway’s school readiness early literacy program, Imagination library.
Students learn financial literacy at NCC
Communities in Schools recently held its annual Financial Literacy Retreat for seventh graders in the Brown Auditorium at NCC.