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The Teachers College Literacy Center Structure

Organizational Structure of The Teachers College Literacy Center

The Teachers College Literacy Center

  • The Teachers College Literacy Center funded by the Kansas Masonic Foundation
  • Mobilizing Literacy - funded by the Jones Foundation

The Teachers College Literacy Center


Professional Development

Dolly Parton Imagination Library

1000 Books Before Kindergarten


Early Literacy Community Collaborative

  • Barber County
  • Linn County
  • Greeley County
  • Hamilton County
  • Kearny County
  • Morton County
  • Stanton County
  • Wichita County

Tale Time

Kansas Literacy Week (first full week of September)

Kansas Read to Pre-K (in November)

Month of the Young Child (April)


Betterment of Literacy Development

Mobilizing Literacy

Coffey County

  • USD 243 Lebo-Waverly
  • USD 244 Burlington
  • USD 245 Southern Coffey County

Lyon County

  • USD 251 North Lyon County
  • USD 252 Southern Lyon County
  • USD 253 Emporia

Osage County

  • USD 420 Osage City
  • USD 421 Lyndon
  • USD 434 Santa Fe Trail
  • USD 454 Burlingame
  • USD 456 Marais Des Cygnes Valley

The Literacy Bridge

  • Beginning in 2021, the Mobilizing Literacy Grant is funding tutoring for tri-county area children. The Literacy Bridge currently serves as a connection point to match undergraduate and graduate Emporia State University students with children needing tutoring.
  • The Literacy Bridge is running a pilot tutoring program during the fall of 2021 with 11 of the tri-county area schools. A total of 46 ESU students who are seniors are participating and offering tutoring to Kindergarten through third grade children. Enrolled children will receive eight to fourteen hours of targeted instruction based on the needs discovered through informal assessment. Most tutoring will be delivered before or after school although virtual instruction will be available in some situations to meet the scheduling needs of the child and ESU student. Future expansion of the tutoring will include a larger group of tutors, tutoring locations, and services for families.
  • To get in touch with someone from the Literacy Bridge and to learn more about the available services or to enroll your student, you may contact KMLC at 620-341-5240 or email