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Center for Families Learning 325 West Main Street, Suite 300 Louisville, KY 40202
Research shows that engaging families in education is critical not only to a child's success, but to the entire family's economic and social well-being. The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) promotes family education solutions across three approaches by engaging families, educators, administrators, and advocates to drive results and ultimately reduce education inequities. Our work supports multigenerational learning for families from early childhood through adult education... Over our 32-year history, we have worked with families and communities to provide literacy strategies, programming, and resources. Engaging multiple generations in learning together is a fundamental and distinguishing aspect of our work, because we know this holistic approach creates a stronger impact and greater success for families... 1985: The model for comprehensive family literacy emerges under Sharon Darling, then Kentucky's Director of Adult and Community Education, and her colleagues. The..