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Since 1964, Literacy Advance of Houston has assisted and empowered adults to achieve personal goals and self-sufficiency through improved literacy. Trained volunteer tutors help deliver a variety of free programs at three locations across the Houston area.

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marisol and family“I lost that opportunity. But I will be prepared for the next one.”

Marisol had been overjoyed to be offered a job at her children’s school – her dedication as a parent volunteer had been noticed by the principal. But that joy quickly turned to trepidation, and then dismay.

“I didn’t speak English well enough. I knew I couldn’t take the job.” A phone call with the superintendent only confirmed that fear. “She said the meetings would
be all in English. I knew I couldn’t do it.”

Asked how that felt, Marisol reflects for a moment, then says quietly, “It felt really bad.”

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