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A Lost Debit Card Leads to a Success Story

September 4, 2018

By Muncie Hansen, Executive Director I recently had a wonderful experience. I had lost my debit card and called to cancel it and order a new one. However, I couldn’t answer the security questions, so I decided to talk to a human being at the bank. After a 10 minute wait, I was greeted by…

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Author Anne Hillerman

An Interview with New York Times Best-Selling Author Anne Hillerman

August 27, 2018

You have a history with the ReadWest Adult Literacy Program, correct? Can you tell us a little bit about that? My very first event as a speaker attempting to follow in my Dad’s footsteps was with ReadWest. The venue was a hotel in Rio Rancho. I hadn’t done much public speaking at the time, and…

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Rowena Nichols and Natalia

In Memoriam of Rowena Nichols

March 16, 2018

Rowena Nichols, long time ReadWest Volunteer Tutor, passed away March 14, 2018. She was 90 years old. She tutored English as a Second Language and Basic Literacy Adult Students. She tutored a dozen adult students during her years at ReadWest. After a stroke confined her to a wheelchair, she continued to write newsletter articles for…

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Meet Monday – Cyndy Ratliff

March 12, 2018

Meet Monday is where we introduce some of the people who help make ReadWest, Inc. possible from staff to board members to tutors and other volunteers.

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Read Across America Day

ReadWest Supports National Read Across America Day

March 1, 2018

  “The substantial relationship between parent involvement for the school and reading comprehension levels of fourth-grade classrooms is obvious, according to the U.S. Department of Education.7 Where parent involvement is low, the classroom mean average (reading score) is 46 points below the national average. Where involvement is high, classrooms score 28 points above the national…

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