Literacy

In The News The Fatima family is just one family that has participated in the bookshelf project as part of The Flint Club's literacy initiative "Books Change Lives."
In The News LaTashia M. Perry is a Flint native and author of a series of children's books.
In The News LeeRoy Wells Jr., vice president of operations support for Consumers Energy; Glenn WIlson, president and CEO Communities First Inc.; and Kyle McCree, community affairs area manager for Consumers pose with a check that will fund the Coolidge Community
In The News While it maybe the most adorable reading program you’ll ever see, Tell-A-Tail also is effective. Flint Public Library will host additional Tell-A-Tail events July 8, 15, and 22.
In The News Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha presents the 1,000th 'Born to Read' bundle to Melody, the daughter of Joy McGee and Delon McGowan, on Dec. 7, 2018.

1,000th Flint newborn receives 'Born to Read' bundle


In The News Derrick Munson poses with his son Brandon, 6, during Donuts with Dad at Durant-Tuuri-Mott Elementary School in Flint.

Dads take the lead volunteering at Flint schools


In The News dr mona and anna clark

Flint Water Crisis authors headline Flint Literary Festival


In The News Panelists at the first Flint Literature Festival in 2017.
In The News Books

'Learning Days' will keep students sharp through summer


In The News Kelly Fields, principal and Northwestern High School says: "I have a responsibility to give back to this community in the same way that it’s given to me because I can’t tell you how many beautiful things have happened to me as a result of being a tea

Kelly Fields: A Flint kid for Flint kids


In The News Students at Educare Flint sing, "The Ants Go Marching" during the grand opening celebration Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.

Flint, Michigan is changing the world. Again.


Feature Story Flint, MI - Tuesday, November 21, 2017: Workers put the finishing touches on the entryway of the new Educare Center in Flint.
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