Simplified Spelling Reform - American Literacy Council
Simplified Spelling Reform - American Literacy Council
American Literacy Council - Non-Profit Innovators in Education Since 1876
Simplified Spelling Reform - American Literacy Council Simplified Spelling Reform - American Literacy Council

Thank You to All Contributing Members and Friends!

We want to thank all of our Contributing Members and Friends of the American Literacy Council. Without your help, our mission would not be possible!

American Literacy Council is incorporated as a Not-for-Profit 501c3 Organization.

The American Literacy Council is an approved 501c3 not-for-profit organization, and it welcomes contributions for which tax deductible receipts are issued. Contributions are used to provide new literacy services, maintain the New York office, underwrite community-based research projects, and provide occasional grants of tutoring, teacher training, and other services.

Contributions and donations from businesses, corporations, and/or private individuals can be sent directly to the President's Office.


A Special Thank You To The Following:

  • IBM Corporation - Annual Contributions since 1992.

  • Harvey Barnard - Educator, Author, Innovator. Recently deceased.

  • Dorthy Fahs Beck - IBM System Analyst, CPA, and Frequent Contributor. Recently deceased.

  • Kenneth Ives - Editor of Journal Simplified Spelling JSSS, Sociologist, Quaker. Recently deceased.

  • Helen Bisgard - Former ALC Secretary, School Superintendent, Reading Reform Innovator, Frequent Contributor. Recently deceased.

 

Simplified Spelling Reform - American Literacy Council
Simplified Spelling Reform - American Literacy Council
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