Name Change by National Literacy Organization Shows LCNV Family Learning Program is On Point

December 12, 2013 at 4:00 PM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The National Center for Families Learning adopted its new name last month.  I was initially surprised by the name change (formerly The National Center for Family Literacy), but I am pleased with the implications of the new name.   While the NCFL was already promoting these programmatic characteristics,  I believe the new name explicitly encourages the inclusion of family and school engagement, adult and early literacy, and so much more.   With this name change, LCNV’s own Family Learning Program now has a very parallel name to the national organization that serves as a leader in our service delivery.  For more information on NCFL’s decision to change its name visit this Q&A

Read more about LCNV’s Family Learning Program.

See a great story about a recent LCNV FLP program.

Carisa Pineda, Family Learning Program Specialist
Literacy Council of Northern Virginia
2855 Annandale Road
Falls Church, VA 22042


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