Recently, Shannon Rae Gentry of the Lumina News posted about the Cape Fear Literacy Council:
The Cape Fear Literacy Council (CFLC) was among the grant recipients of $6,000 to build its adult literacy skills programs through the use of computers. Along with other literacy programs, the council offers English as a second language and a computer-learning lab, but the adult basic literacy program includes one-on-one tutoring to improve skills in reading, writing and math, with small classes in specific subjects like computer skills.
With volunteers, CFLC provides free and confidential learning programs to help adults reach their literacy goals, with ages 18 and older benefiting from the program. Along with a large number of minority and international students, there are many native Wilmingtonians who come to various classes.
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