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Roosevelt U. offers childhood literacy series

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Roosevelt University is starting a Saturday reading enrichment series in January at the Schaumburg campus to provide more opportunities for children in kindergarten through eighth grade to obtain the skills they need to excel in reading and writing.

The new Schaumburg Institute for Literacy Enrichment, which is an expansion of the university's successful Summer Reading Clinic, will offer eight-week courses beginning on Jan. 25. Three different courses, including one on digital literacy, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon each Saturday at 1400 Roosevelt Blvd. in Schaumburg. Children from throughout the Chicago area are eligible but space is limited.

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For more information, call (847) 619-4882 or email bmctague@roosevelt.edu.

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