FAIRFIELD — The Literacy in Education Access Resource Network recently received grants of $3,000 each from Comcast and Kaiser Permanente.
Combined with a $2,500 sponsorship from Sutter Health’s Sacramento Sierra Region, the program is enhancing its efforts to stem the dropout rate in local schools.
The Literacy in Education Access Resource Network is a partnership between the Solano County Library, business and civic leaders, school districts, youth organizations, nonprofits and other agencies.
“This partnership has significant resources to help reduce the school dropout rate,” said Dilenna Harris, executive director of Solano County Library Foundation, in a press release. “We are thrilled to receive the support of these major businesses as we increase literacy and technology skills for Solano County students.”
For more information about the program, or the foundation, visit solanolibraryfoundation.org or call 421-8075.