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Pamela Creighton

Executive Director

Adult Literacy Advocates

HQ Phone: (225) 383-1090

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Adult Literacy Advocates

460 North 11Th Street

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802

United States

Company Description

Adult Literacy Advocates (ALA) is a Capital Area United Way Community Partner that has provided education programs in the Baton Rouge area for 50 years. ALA provides a variety of classes that help our students achieve personal, work and family goals by im ... more

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Executive Director

The Greater Baton Rouge Literacy Coalition

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Pam Creighton
Executive Director
460 N. 11th Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
225.383.1090 - office

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If you or your company can donate an auction item or door prize for one of our fundraisers, please contact ALA's Executive Director, Pam Creighton at or 383-1090.

"Originally it was an emerging readers ... [cached]

"Originally it was an emerging readers class," Pam Creighton, executive director of Adult Literacy Advocates of Greater Baton Rouge, said of the Senior Scholar Program.

Creighton said that funding was cut for the program for the older readers to focus on people who get their General Educational Development.
The seniors wanted to learn to read, but most of them weren't interested in getting GEDs, Creighton said.
After the funding cut, Creighton said she felt it was important to keep the class going, because the seniors were so "eager to learn. She said she wasn't going to "kick them out," because they were among the most faithful students.
Creighton found volunteers to teach the class.
Some of these people have endured lifetimes of having to cope with not being able to even read street signs, she said.
When the program moved to a different location, a teacher got on a bus with the seniors and showed them how to get to the new location, Creighton said.

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