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Welcome to the 2010-2011 School Year from the President

posted Oct 8, 2010, 10:35 AM by Karis Jackson
America will not stay at number 17 in education in the world, even if we have to personally enroll and tutor each student!

Welcome to Literacy in the Community (LitCom) for short. We have gotten off to a very fast start in North Carolina due to unanticipated requirements to attend meetings and provider fairs. Many of you have done exceedingly well given short notice.
We are appreciative. You are appreciated. Contact me directly at literacy@comcast.net (206) 322-1544 anytime you feel otherwise.

As you know, by now, our business is helping children to permanently eradicate certain academic achievement gaps. It is much more simple than it sounds. If a child cannot read, we teach them to read. If a child struggles with math, we find and fix the problem, one child at a time. Your job is to be smart about making that happen. Our goal is to tutor small groups 5 or less at a time.

By now you have our Marketing Guide. This guide is just a suggestion of where you might find and enroll students. It is important to make sure you operate within state, district and LitCom policy. Child safety is our number one goal.  As our local person on site, you know more about your community than we do. . You are the boss there. If the students in your community perform better in school after we tutor them, it will be because you cared enough to make it happen.

Be creative and most of all think. Don't wait for us to tell you how to best reach your students. Tell us your thoughts and plans.

Repeat after me....America will not stay at number 17 in education in the world, even if we have to personally enroll and tutor each student!

Welcome to Literacy in Math, Reading, Writing and Science in Your Community.

Please confirm receipt of this letter and let me know how we can help you succeed.

William D. Jackson, President
literacy@comcast.net
(206) 322-1544
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