Tykes Tuesdays returns to Destiny USA this summer with a variety of free, educational events for kids 12 and younger. Mark your calendars for our Summer Learning Day on July 21st too!  #KeepKidsLearning! 
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JOIN US IN CELEBRATION OF ADULT LEARNERS! Again this year, the faculty and staff of our adult literacy providers recognize and honor the achievements of their adult students who successfully complete an academic or vocational training program.
This year for Summer Learning Day, we're asking everyone—programs, families, schools, educators, policymakers, businesses—to make summer a season of learning by pledging to #KeepKidsLearning!
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Thanks to our 2014 "Friends of Literacy" sponsors! We're looking forward to
this year's "Stories of the Season" celebration during the Clinton Square tree lighting ceremony on November 27th!

ProLit Conference 2015
Plans are underway for the next ProLiteracy Conference on Adult Literacy -- attracting hundreds of the country's leading practitioners of adult basic education and literacy services. Registration is now open!

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Imagination Library is citywide in Syracuse! Thanks to County Executive Mahoney; Syracuse Mayor Miner; Central New York Community
Foundation; Reisman Foundation; and other community partners.

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On Read Across America Day, with Congressman John Katko and Head
Start children, we announced annual grants to support family literacy programming and outreach to our Imagination Library families.

Syracuse selected as a Community Pacesetter by the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading! This national honor recognizes our efforts to ensure more students are reading on grade-level by the end of third grade.

Our mission is to build upon our heritage and collectively support community initiatives that raise literacy levels across the lifespan in Onondaga County. Solving the problem of low literacy gets at the root of educational, social and economic issues in a way that no single subject does.

It’s time for a collective approach to literacy solutions and, ultimately, measurable systemic change. Working together we can truly honor our legacy of literacy and, in turn, create a thriving community of life-long learners. Your input and suggestions are most welcome!