What Is Going On!
In 2012 Project Learn served 795 people.
What is Project Learn doing in 2013?
- 75 students are meeting twice weekly with a one-on-one tutor.
- 75 Basic Skills students are attending classes taught by highly trained teachers.
- 200 students in Education at Work are attending GED and life skills classes through our collaborations with Vocational Guidance Services, Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries, Cleveland Municipal Courts, and St. Vincent Charity Medical Center.
- An additional 200 students who are ex-offenders or on public assistance are participating in GED, life skills, and job preparation programs at Education First, a program designed to help them become successful and contributing members of society.
- 250 inmates of the Cuyahoga County Jail are having their reading skills assessed and assigned to basic reading or GED classes taught by Project Learn in the Jail.
- Highly skilled Project Learn consultants are working with MetroHealth, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, The Visiting Nurses Association of Ohio, and UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital as part of Reading Health, a technical assistance program to help health care professionals communicate more effectively with their patients.
- 50 new volunteer tutors are trained and paired with new students.
- In 2012 Project Learn expects to serve over 800 people with literacy and workforce training programs.
- This is an increase of over 22% in our student population since 2009.
- Since 1974 Project Learn has served over 20,000 people through adult literacy education programs.