Partnership expands literacy program

10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM

United Way Worldwide has launched a partnership with ePals, Inc. to bring In2Books, ePals’ eMentoring literacy program, to United Way communities throughout the United States.  United Way and ePals will work together with the aim of reducing high school dropout rates.

Facilitated through a classroom or after-school environment, In2Books  is a literacy and eMentoring program that helps students in grades 3-5 become better readers by pairing them with adult mentors in a safe, online learning environment.  

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