Literacy Center highlighted by Augusta Chronicle for national recognition

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Augusta University Literacy Center was just named a National Exemplary Model by the National Reading Styles Institute. Dr. Mari Carbo, founder and executive director of the National Reading Styles Institute, presented the literacy center with the award via a live video projection. With the honor, nationwide instructors will visit the local facility to research how Augusta University techniques have garnered uncommon results.

The Augusta Chronicle lauded the Literacy Center for this distinction on Nov. 30. Click here to read the story.

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