Beyond Basics 2018 Literacy Summit in Detroit

More than 200 civic leaders and students attended the Beyond Basics 2018 Literacy Summit on March 1 at Mumford Academy and Mumford High School in Detroit. During the summit, Beyond Basics and The Foundation for Global Literacy announced a partnership that allows Beyond Basics to assess the reading levels of nearly 3,000 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corp (JROTC) students and provide tutoring if needed.


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