Check out the article about us in yesterday's Herald-Sun! From “each one teach one” to an intergenerational community of engaged learners It is estimated that up to 22 percent of Durham’s adults (38,000 individuals) lack the fundamental reading, writing and English language skills that they need to… Read the rest of the article here: http://www.heraldsun.com/the_durham_herald/from-each-one-teach-one-to-an-intergenerational-community-of/article_22bbf870-d588-11e5-b3c5-eb6ce20
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ESOL Classes at the Durham Literacy Center (1905 Chapel Hill Rd) ESOL classes at our main location will begin on Monday and Tuesday, February 8 and 9. We plan to continue enrolling students during the first night of classes until we have filled all available seats. If you would like more information about the registration process or have questions about available classes, please contact Joan Zec Nelson by email: firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also reach the ESOL program b