NOTE: Tutor Talk for Tutors on September 30th from 3:30 – 5:00 pm
at the BCLC Learning Center.
Special Notice, Memorial Donations for Bill Shook can be made
online by clicking Memorial Donation Bill Shook or mail to
The Brunswick County Literacy Council
282 U.S. Highway 17, Supply, North Carolina, 28462
ILLITERACY is defined as the inability to read English at or above the fourth grade level.
America is losing its place as a world leader in education, and in fact is becoming less educated. By one set of measures, more than 88 million adults have at least one major educational barrier—no high school diploma, no college, or exhibit ESL language needs.
While we score as one of the highest countries in numbers of well educated people, we also score near the top in the largest number of people at the lowest education levels.
Source: National Commission on Adult Literacy
Literacy improves lives.
One in 4.5 adults in North Carolina lacks the literacy skills necessary to write a job application or read a book to a child. At Brunswick County Literacy, we’re providing these literacy skills for adults – and we need your help.
Want to improve your literacy skills?
Are you looking to improve your reading and writing skills?
Do you know somebody who is?
Please call (910) 754-7323