We are pleased to report publication of the first two UIC Center for Literacy Research Reports. Report No. 1, Literacy and Undocumented Immigrant Youth in a Federal Detainment Center: Working Toward a Better Future, stems from research completed by Alexis Cullerton for her dissertation study. Dr. Cullerton completed writing of the report while she was
The UIC Center for Literacy is pleased to announce that two of our fabulous staff have been honored with awards from the University. Laura Knights, Senior Research Specialist, who is responsible for the Center’s UIC Parent Engagement and Resource Programs (GED, English as a Second Language, and Parent Outreach) has received the 2014 Award
MORE members and staff and community volunteers will visit up to eight Chicago homeless shelters to distribute donations and engage parents and children in family and financial literacy activities. The Following are the homeless shelters MORE members will visit: 1. Cornerstone, 4628 North Clifton Avenue 2. Saint Francis, 7811 S. Ellis 3.