Revisiting a Reader's View from from the Santa Fe New Mexican. It's just as relevant today as it was when it was published!
Several years ago — emerging from a rather bad patch — I started exploring volunteering possibilities. Friends told me about Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe, and thus began one Read more ›
Published in the Santa Fe New Mexican on December 24, 2017
by Kimberly Wiley
Surely, many were touched by Robert Nott’s article (“ ‘I thought it was too late,’ ” Nov. 20), detailing the crippling effects of illiteracy and the incredible empowerment that learning to read can Read more ›
By Robert Nott | The New Mexican
Nov 19, 2017 Updated Nov 19, 2017
ESPAÑOLA — At 33 years of age, Jose Martinez had one simple goal in life: read the Bible.
But first, he had to overcome a big challenge.
He couldn’t read.
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Rosa Prada, Administrative Assistant for Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe, is a co-author of an article published in "Race, Ethnicity, and Education", a bi-annual peer-reviewed academic journal. The abstract to the article entitled, Reclaiming Ourselves through Testimonio Pedagogy: Reflections on a Curriculum Design Lab in Teacher Education can be viewed here. For a copy of the Read more ›
Santa Fe, NM – May 26, 2017 – This week, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe a $13,000 grant to support adult literacy. This local grant award is part of more than $7.5 million in grants awarded to nearly 900 schools, nonprofits and organizations across the 44 states that Dollar Read more ›