Building Bridges to Success

 
 
 
 
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Supporting literacy education in vulnerable and marginalized communities across Toronto.

 
 
 

What we do

Check out this video produced by Indie88 and gain insight into our work with Ontario’s incarcerated population.

 
 
 
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We teach the foundational skills of reading and writing

 
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We strive to create positive a positive educational environment for each student

 
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Our goal is to help our students build confidence and self-esteem

 
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We offer targeted strategies that meet the needs of our individual learners

 
 

Our Students. Our Projects.

 
 
 
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79%

of people entering Canadian prisons don’t have their high school diploma.

 

Up to 30%

reduction in recidivism can be achieved through programming depending on the level of literacy the prisoner achieves.

65%

of people entering prisons have less than a Grade 8 education or level of literacy skills.

Annual Report

Dedicated to change.

Since inception, Literal Change has been involved with and participated in a number of projects and initiatives within both the education and justice system fields.

To learn more about our work view our 2018 Annual Report.

 

Thank you to our funders.

 
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