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Karen’s Korner tells how to get your church involved

Having been the wife and daughter of a minister, I know from personal experience that churches are filled with wonderful, caring volunteers and have classrooms where adults can be educated. Also knowing our agency is limited in its resources for buildings and staff to provide literacy and High School diploma equivalency education, I began speaking…
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Spotlight on an employee

Isela Gutierrez is our spotlighted employee this month.  Isela is our newest instructor as well as being one of our most versatile and effective.  She came to LearningQuest having worked for many years at Parent Institute for Quality Education as an associate director.  She was accustomed to teaching adults, but not use to teaching the…
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Sign On to Literacy campaign launches to raise funds

To celebrate International Literacy Day on September 9, there will be special section in the Modesto Bee with stories of our students who have succeeded in learning to read, getting their diploma and learning English.  In the center of this section filled with inspiring stories is a page with names of people and businesses who…
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Welcome to a Better Tomorrow

See for yourself how our students are achieving a better tomorrow through education.  Come May 14 for appetizers, beverages and wine and hear the success stories of our studewnts and find out how you can help more students succeed. When:  May 14, 2015 Where:  1032 11th St.  Modesto Time:  5:30-7 p.m. RSVP is necessary to…
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Annual Report released for 2013-14

The success of our agency is measured by how much our students learn and ultimately if they are able to go on to college or jobs.  Click the link below to read more about the accomplishments of our hardworking students in our 2013-14 Annual Report 2014 LQAR103014 final single page version

Supplement in Modesto Bee highlights student stories

It is heartwarming and encouraging to hear how our students are not just making progress but thriving as both graduates or as a student currently enrolled.  You will want to read this supplement and be inspired by the stories our students share.  Click the link below   http://media.modbee.com/static/nie/docs/literacytab2014.pdf  

Evening GED program is providing opportunities for students

  In Feburary, 2014, we launched a fee-based Evening GED class but provided scholarships for students in need.  There are 27 students who received a scholarship to attend these classes and so far, $6,350 has been used to assist students in attending the classes.   There is both an English GED class and a Spanish…
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