Tarrant Literacy Coalition
Listing Last Update: October 11, 2020
LocationPO Box 123537
(Please see Program Overview for program locations and times)
Fort Worth, TX 76121 www.tarrantlit.org
- Reading and writing
- To study for high school equivalency
- English language
- Volunteer at a Program
- Information about the GED Test
- Citizenship Classes
- Information about the HiSet Test
- Family literacy program
- Instruction in Spanish
You may use the contact information above to reach out to the program
or call 1-877-389-6874 for more help.
Tarrant Literacy Coalition sponsors Project BEST classes for high school equivalency instruction at the White Settlement ISD Family Resource Center two nights a week during the school year and one night a week each summer. TLC also offers a reading tutorial program called L.E.A.R.N. for Life, in which a trained volunteer works one-on-one with an adult learner that struggles with any aspect of reading, with the ultimate goal of transitioning into a workforce program. Lastly, the Adult Education and Literacy Call Center helps adults find a class near their home or work: call 817-402-7555 for more information about classes offered by Tarrant Literacy Coalition or one of its partners in Tarrant County or surrounding areas.
The mission of the Tarrant Literacy is to empower adult learners and those who teach them with high quality literacy services and resources so businesses can hire, people can work, and families can thrive. We accomplish this by working with more than 200 different community and faith-based literacy providers – providing training and technical support to help them do a better job with their students, to help them serve more students, and they give them the tangible tools (such as books, classroom materials, and teacher supplies) to help them help their students.
Hours of operation: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Cost info: None
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