Words on the Page: Literacy Chicago Students Writings
Since 1992, Words on the Page has celebrated adults actively pursuing higher levels of literacy. Literacy Chicago’s Words on the Page is an annual event where adult learners read their own writing at a celebration with their friends, family and fellow students. By doing so, they demonstrate their educational achievements and, more importantly, take pride in their courageous efforts to openly address problems with literacy in their individual lives and the wider community. Literacy Chicago publishes a compilation of the essays written by students from all classes. It reflects the hard work and diversity of our students and the need for literacy services in Chicago.
For 2018, students were asked to write an essay with the theme of Childhood Memories. The pages are filled with stories of gratitude, pride, sadness and, most importantly, hope. In this book you will witness the magic of learning and the impact it can have on the lives of diverse individuals.
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WORDS ON THE PAGE CELEBRATION 2018