For the California Literacy Campaign Web site, click here.

In 1988 the California State Legislature created the Families for Literacy (FFL) Program, a state-wide family literacy initiative for public libraries already providing adult literacy services, to extend those services to include the families of adult learners with preschool children. The following links are designed to assist FFL programs in their work to introduce adult learners and their families to the value and joy of reading, helping assure that each child will enter school ready to read.

In order to keep this web resource current and useful, we encourage all FFL programs to share their experience and expertise by sending additions and corrections to the contact person listed at each link.

As we launch this FFL website in October 2000, we are also looking for volunteers to be the contact persons for each link. If you have a special interest in any of these links and would be willing to be the contact person, please email Sandy Kirkpatrick:

If you have any additions or corrections for this link, please contact Sandy Kirkpatrick:

This site is maintained by Literacyworks and is part of Western/Pacific LINCS.