Celebrate 20 years of the DC Reads Program at Georgetown University's Center for Social Justice (CSJ). The event will feature a panel composed of alumni, community partners, and graduating seniors discussing DC Reads’ past, present, and future. We’ll mark the occasion as part of CSJ’s Education Week.
DC Reads 20th Anniversary Celebration
Friday, October 20th, 2017
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Georgetown DC Reads is a tutoring, mentoring, and advocacy program for elementary students who are a grade level or more behind in literacy skills. The program began in 1997 as the University’s response to the passage of the America Reads Act, a literacy initiative established to improve reading proficiency for all elementary students by engaging college students as volunteer and Federal Work Study-funded tutors. A team of student coordinators lead the program through which over 150 Georgetown students serve as tutors, conducting biweekly tutoring sessions at eight sites in Ward 7.
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