Delaware County Literacy Council helps adults develop reading, writing, math and English Language skills to thrive in the workplace and the community.
The Delaware County Literacy Council was formed in 1975 by a coalition of volunteers concerned by the number of people in the community who were unable to read and write. These volunteers tutored adults based on Laubach’s model of “Each one, teach one,” with student-tutor teams forming the core of instruction.
DCLC is a leader in creating a community of lifelong learners within Delaware County. It is recognized as a “go to” resource and is sought after as a community partner.
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Major Community Partners
Pennsylvania Career Link—Delaware County
Pennsylvania Department of Education—Division of Adult Education