Literacy Not A Right For Detroit School Kids According To StateGovernor Rick Snyder's attorneys say Detroit school children have no fundamental right to literacy.
Opening A New World Though Story 'Boys 2 Books' Gives Safe Haven For LearningEddie Connor said he makes sure the young men can connect to what they read.
Take A Run And Support LiteracySupport local literacy efforts by participating in the annual run2read event.
Metro Detroit's Biggest & Best Used Book Sale, Bookstock, ReturnsBookstock is back, celebrating 11 years of supporting the need to read.
Detroit Literacy Champion Loses Home In FireA well-known Detroit literacy advocate suffered a devastating fire that has left her homeless, and the community is reaching out to help.
WSU Releases Annual List Of 'Words Worth Reviving'Some great words that have been tossed aside in the English language could be making a comeback.
'Reading Works' Aims To Raise Level Of Adult LiteracyThe organization's 80 by '20 initiative works to ensure 80 percent of metro Detroiters are functionally literate by 2020.
Report: Nearly Half Of Detroiters Can't ReadAccording to a new report, 47 percent of Detroiters are "functionally illiterate."
Rotary “Shares & Cares” Breakfast Raises More Than $4,000 to Support LiteracyMore than 120 people who attended a free breakfast fundraiser, hosted by the Rotary Club of Dearborn, opened up their wallets and purses to help Pro-Literacy Detroit, Michigan’s largest literacy agency which provides services to adult learners.
Building Language For LiteracyFor younger children, building the connection between sounds and letters helps build the foundations of future reading.