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The Washington Literacy Council (WLC), founded in 1963, is one of the oldest adult literacy programs in the District. We serve adults who have the most limited reading skills, fewest job resources and greatest employment needs in the District of Columbia.
Update: Something that gives people a quick idea of what’s going on at the organization. Perhaps on a monthly or even quarterly basis. This will make the website appear more dynamic and make it clear that it’s an important mode of communication.
July 1, 2011
This year’s Congressional Baseball Game drew record numbers. WLC raised $$$.
August 1, 2011
September 1, 2011
Our second annual graduation ceremony was a huge success again. Check out photos from the event.
October 1, 2011
I found the Washington Literacy Council in October 2004 after years as an adult struggling with my reading and spelling. I can say this program is the one I have found to be most effective for me.
I managed to land a government job but I knew my reading and spelling skills needed a lot of help. The WLC program uses an excellent method by Barbara Wilson. After trying about five other methods and programs I found this one the most helpful. The staff at the Washington Literacy Council is very experienced and helpful. They found me a tutor who is very patient and works with me on a weekly basis.
Kramerbooks & Afterwords
National Capital Bank
Copyright 2011 Washington Literacy Center
1918 18th St., NW, Suite B2, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: 202-387-9029 | Fax: 202-387-0271