NATIONAL CENTER FOR FAMILY LITERACY
Since 1991, Toyota has been a proud partner of the National Center for Family Literacy and has committed more than $36 million to establish model literacy programs. NCFL’s concept for combating illiteracy is a simple and effective one: parents and children learn best when learning together.
The “Toyota Family Literacy Program” (TFLP) increases basic language and literacy skills among Hispanic and other immigrant families by bringing parents to their child’s classroom.
To date, Toyota has funded 256 family literacy sites in 50 cities and 30 states that have impacted the lives of more than one million families. As part of this program, Toyota has also established the “Teacher of the Year” award to recognize individual efforts of literacy teachers.
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National Center for Family Literacy