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Grants for Literacy Education

Fri, Feb 8, 2019 @ 15:02 PM / by Vickie Garton-Gundling posted in reading grant, literacy grants, literacy, education grants, grants for libraries, library grants, grant funding, school library grants, school libraries

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The ability to read and write is something many of us take for granted. Yet, USA Today reports, 1 in 7 adults—or 32 million adults—in the United States cannot read, according to a U.S. Department of Education literacy assessment study (2011). Literacy education seeks to reduce these numbers by teaching reading, writing, critical thinking, second language acquisition, and other important literacy skills. Whether your school or organization provides literacy education for children, adults, or families, there are many grants available for literacy education funding and resources.

Dollar General Literacy Foundation

This Foundation offers five different grants for literacy education:

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Educational Grants

Thu, Feb 1, 2018 @ 11:02 AM / by Michelle Hansen posted in education resources, reading grant, education funds, literacy grants, literacy, educational opportunities, grants for educational technology, educational funding, education grants, education funding, educational grants, grants for education, education grant, youth education, steam education grants, school technology grants

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There are so many opportunities for educational grants that it is hard to cover every single opportunity. Today, we present several grants for schools that cover a wide variety of topics. These grants have upcoming deadlines, so the time is right to work on them.  We can work with you to make your grant competitive.

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Grant Opportunities for Literacy Programs

Tue, Sep 9, 2014 @ 07:09 AM / by Michelle Hansen posted in education, reading grant, education funds, literacy grants, literacy, grant announcement, educational funding, education grants, education funding, educational grants, education grant, grant opportunity, early childhood education

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Low literacy is a huge concern across the United States for both children and adults.  According to ProLiteracy, 14% of adults 16 or older read at or below a fifth grade level and 29% read at an eighth grade level. Among those with the lowest literacy rates, 43% live in poverty. Schools and other educational institutions, as well as non-profit community groups, are trying to help this epidemic by providing literacy programs for both children and adults. There are a number of grants available to help such programs, and below is a list of selected grant opportunities.

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