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For nearly three decades, the South Baltimore Learning Center (SBLC) has provided a supportive, rigorous, and transformative education for adults of all ages and demographics who are eager to learn, motivated to succeed, and committed to making a difference in their lives and those of others.

Our goal is to provide adults with the most appropriate literacy course offerings, designed to suit their abilities, improve their performance, and ensure their success; in this way, by creating a positive education experience that meets each individual’s needs, we help them to: achieve personal educational goals, increase their personal self-esteem, and discover new ways to extend learning, beyond the classroom.

We offer several pathways to a high school diploma, including four academic sessions of adult basic education and GED preparation classes, and we serve as the sole provider for Baltimore City’s National External Diploma Program. Once enrolled, we encourage learners to take advantage of computer training, career pathway planning, academic counseling and tutoring services.

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Join Author Rita Lorraine Hubbard and the Enoch Pratt Free Library to learn about the story of Mary Walker, The Oldest Student, who learned to read at age 116.

In addition, our Executive Director, Sid Wilson, will share about SBLC literacy programs.

Visit ow.ly/Szww50BuY8Z for more information and for the video stream information!Tomorrow! Author Rita Lorraine Hubbard joins the Pratt to read from her book, The Oldest Student. Followed by info on literacy programs & services from the South Baltimore Learning Center. 6:30pm. Visit ow.ly/Szww50BuY8Z for more info.
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It pays to improve your education!
Call SBLC at 410-625-4215 to learn about improving your literacy and job skills.
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Participation in our democracy is essential to be sure everyone is represented. Complete the Census at www.2020census.gov and register to vote or request your mail-in ballot at elections.maryland.gov/ #afelweek #adulted ... See MoreSee Less