Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service One in six adults in Tulsa County cannot read the prescription label on a medicine bottle, understand a newspaper article, or enter complete information on an application. The mission of the Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Services is to promote literacy through adult basic and English language instruction.
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Children who fall behind when learning to read often become adults with literacy problems. Learning to read as an adult can be a challenging process due to work, family, and other pressing commitment—however, the rewards can be life changing. As one adult learner wrote, “I’ve changed for the better and I’ve come a long way.
Marti heard about the Tulsa City-County Library’s Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service through a friend. She added her name to the waiting list in January and was paired with her tutor in eazye.info: NOUR HABIB World Staff Writer.