- Significant literacy gains by adults with 54 percent improving literacy scores by at least one level. This has contributed to an improved understanding of basic oral and written instructions in English, reading a note from a teacher, setting up a doctor?s appointment, and displaying basic computer literacy skills (word processing and sending e-mail);
- Children in the program exceeded peers in such areas as academic performance (79 percent), motivation to learn (86 percent), attendance (96 percent), classroom behavior (91 percent), and involvement in classroom activities (88 percent);
- 92 percent of parents stating they are better able to help their child with homework; and
- 91 percent of parents stating their child?s grades have improved.
?By partnering with Toyota, NCFL has nurtured a proven formula of research and delivery of family literacy services that not only works for the participants, but for the betterment of the communities,? said Sharon Darling, president and founder of NCFL. ?And, we?re proud to say, our path to success here in Las Vegas has been set by the impressive gains made by thousands of TFLP participants in family literacy programs nationwide.?