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Literacy Green Bay uses grant to boost classes

8:28 PM, Jun. 12, 2013
Lori Hochschild tutors Haojiang Jhang at the Literacy Council of Green Bay in April. The group will use a $6,000 grant to help fund English Language Learner classes.
Lori Hochschild tutors Haojiang Jhang at the Literacy Council of Green Bay in April. The group will use a $6,000 grant to help fund English Language Learner classes.
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Literacy Green Bay will use a $6,000 grant to help teach non-English-speaking adults basic language skills.

The nonprofit literacy group hosts about 10 English Language Learner classes a year. They are designed to help people learn enough conversational English to interact in the community. Learners typically graduate from those classes to one-on-one tutoring sessions or other more advanced programming.

Literacy Green Bay director Kathy Cornell said a newly awarded $6,000 Dollar General Foundation Adult Literacy grant will be used to support about three classes next year. Classes ...

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