We are very pleased to inform you that Comcast Communications will help launch the Digital Literacy for Early Learners, “A Primer for Parents” program (DLEL) with a $5,000 sponsorship.
The DLEL program has been designed to increase disadvantaged parents’ awareness of the benefit of early learning, and help them engage in educating their children, age birth to 5, so their children can start kindergarten with the critical skills they’ll need to learn and succeed in school. The program combines platform instruction, along with detailed instruction and discussion about use of Libraries and engaging early learner educational websites targeted for each specific age level from birth to 5.
The goal: Children from disadvantaged families are prepared and ready to learn and succeed when entering/starting school
Comcast has been a continuous supporter of CfAL and this sponsorship is in recognition of Comcast’s commitment to the communities where its customers and employees live and work. Since its founding in 1999, The Comcast Foundation has distributed over $90 million in support of programs implemented locally in Comcast Communities.
We are very thankful to Comcast for this sponsorship of the DLEL program and its on-going support of CfAL and public school children’s education.
CfAL Board of Directors