Finding new approaches can be exciting. Literacy New York likes to share fresh techniques and innovative methods that may be useful for providers across the state.Read More
Representatives of Literacy New York joined a legion of supporters in November at an event designed to honor Ruth Colvin for her work to increase literacy in the Syracuse community—and to celebrate her 100th Birthday.Read More
Excerpts in italics taken from the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal As an organization dedicated to helping literacy providers throughout New York State build their capacity to be well-managed, well-governed and to provide quality instruction, Literacy New York carefully studies literacy strategies from all over the world to determine best practices.Read More
Taken from the amazing nonprofit blog, Nonprofit with Balls. Highly recommended reading for anyone who works in the nonprofit sector!!
22% percent of New York State residents suffer needlessly from low literacy, severely limiting their quality of life and often leading to unemployment, poverty, health issues, and even incarceration.