X Will Offer Adult Literacy Support from Special Teaching Staff

Sunday, May 15, 2011 General News J E 4
Advertisement encounters the impact of functional illiteracy every day. To help ameliorate this desperate problem we are starting a new service to address this severe need for academic support. Customers should be able to access our patient and caring teachers of adult literacy in the next several months. Recent articles have highlighted the degree of reading problems in the USA. Washington DC may have as much as a 36% rate of minimal literacy. deals with the results of this with many of our customers who arrive at college entirely unprepared. At we try to be constructive about education. This seems like a vital need and we are well positioned to help. We are hiring and training folks with teaching experience and the temperament needed for this important task. Our new teaching staff will be available to fill in the gaps for adult learners. They will provide support in whatever they need to be fully functional as students and workers offers new services based on our perception of customer needs. You can read about other such introductions of innovative products at About Us: At we are all about education. Our writers and support staff are passionate about ensuring the academic success of our clients. Whether it is brainstorming with a customer to generate ideas for an essay or editing a dissertation we have the professionals to help. They represent widely varying fields of expertise. This allows us to address topics of all types. Our literacy support effort is an expression of our intention to be a full-service academic support firm.


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