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In serving adults in Central Ohio, the Columbus Literacy Council strives to
About the Council
The Columbus Literacy Council is a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to increasing the level of functional literacy of adults reading below an 8th grade level.
The Council was founded by Church Women United in 1970 and formally established as a non-profit educational corporation in 1975. We have since expanded to serve about 3,000 students annually, making us the largest private provider of adult literacy services in Central Ohio. In addition to our core programming of Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes, we currently offer the following related services:
Columbus Literacy Council is a United Way member agency, a member of Pro-Literacy America, and a Better Business Bureau accredited charity .