Community literacy has a short history for a revolutionary idea. Literacy Powerline was one of the first to recognize the power of linking stakeholders, neighborhoods and services together to increase literacy levels. This is done through coordinated, high-accountability service provision. Most important, since 2000

Literacy Powerline has been able to guide others through the entire process successfully. Today, scores of communities across the country have accessed the resources and capabilities of Literacy Powerline’s team.


Literacy Powerline Becomes Part of the National Center for Families Learning

At its 2015 Families Learning Summit, the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) announced that Literacy Powerline will become part of its organization.

NCFL, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping adults and …

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Community Feedback

Just wanted to let you know it was wonderful to attend the conference. It is always an exceptional resource and learning environment for me... ~ Terri L. Clark, Executive Director, Literacy Network of Greater Los Angeles

You did an absolutely fabulous job of waking up all the sectors of our coalition with your workshops. I was so impressed with the way you handle all the disparate groups and their various interests... ~ Nancy Paul, Executive Director of the Literacy Coalition of Broward County

The board is reviewing the new strategic literacy plan and we're ready to move forward... ~ Christine Alexander, President, The Greater New Haven Literacy Coalition

The knowledge and expertise you bought to our training will provide extremely valuable to practitioners and policymakers around the country...~ Carmel Mackin, Operations Officer, National Center for Family Literacy

You have such a wonderful way of guiding group process effectively and in ways that are very collaborative...~ Elizabeth Dutro, Assistant Professor, Literacy, Department of Teacher Education, Cleveland State University