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  • 99%
    of adult learners
    surveyed agreed that since starting a Frontier College program, they have gained skills they need to achieve their goals
  • 95%
    of children and youth
    in Frontier College programs stated that they improved in reading, writing, or math
  • 87%
    of parents
    said that their child read more at home after attending our Summer Literacy Camp
  • 87%
    of adult learners
    in Frontier College programs reported progress with their learning goals
  • 85%
    of teachers
    surveyed nationally said our Summer Literacy Camps increased students' academic readiness
  • 80%
    of volunteer tutors
    feel that Frontier College has a moderate-to-major impact on helping adult learners achieve their goals
  • 80%
    of school personnel
    observed that children and youth learners improved their reading skills and/or math skills
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are suspending our regular programs and closing our offices to the public until further notice. However, our mission of literacy for all will not be placed on pause. Access and inclusion are at the heart of everything we do. Now, more than ever, the individuals and communities we work with are more vulnerable, isolated, and at risk of being “left behind.” We believe that in times of uncertainty, education is one of the most powerful—and empowering—tools we have. While we continue to work with many of our learners, there are still more people that require access and support. But we need your help now.

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