It’s time to advance your literacy and reading skills and to support your child’s learning by engaging in our literacy programs here at Broward Community Schools.
In particular, parents can improve their reading skills and gain knowledge on how to better support their children by enrolling in the Family Literacy Program. Our team will be happy to help you figure out how to get started.
Qualifications for the Family Literacy Program
This program is designed for parents involved in our GED program and to qualify you must be currently enrolled in GED or English courses at Broward Community Schools.
This program also requires parents or guardians to be 16 years of age or older, participate in parenting skills training, and participate in educational activities with their children.
How to Enroll in the Family Literacy Program
If you’re a parent in our GED program and you want to improve your literacy skills, getting started is quick and easy. You can get personalized guidance by visiting one of our Community School locations near Fort Lauderdale. Here, a guidance counselor will help you find the course times and locations that best work for your schedule.
You can also enroll online to find the classes you need from the comfort of your own home. If you have any questions, you can give us a call to better understand how the Family Literacy Program works and how to get started. We look forward to helping you best support your children and grow your reading and writing skills.