| Literacy Services|
One in five Americans is considered illiterate. It is the goal of the Woodland Public Library Literacy Service to meet the needs of those citizens by providing one-on-one tutoring for adult learners in reading, writing and comprehension skills. This goals-oriented program allows students to work not only on basic skillls but also on skills that can lead to improved job performance, completion of citizenship and GED preparation and a more fulfilling life though improved education.
The Literacy Service, with funding from a wide variety of sources (Yolo Literacy Council, WJUSD, the California State Library, Yolo Co. Sheriff's Dept., Woodland Library Board, City of Woodland, private and public foundations, and the United Way) is responsible for the operation of all literacy programs in the City of Woodland: Adult Literacy, Inmate Literacy, Voter Literacy, literacy work with No Barriers and S.T.E.P., our homeless literacy program.
• Woodland Literacy Council
• Literacy Programs
• Literacy Partners
• External Links
• S.T.E.P. Literary Journal Archive
For more information contact Library Services Director Greta Galindo at 530-661-5980, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.cityofwoodland.org/library