Blog


From the Newsroom - Seeds of Literacy Expands Services, Offers GED Prep in Spanish

Seeds Expands Services to Latino Community with Pilot Program

~ GED Tutoring Offered in Spanish ~ Cleveland, OH (05-15-2019) – Seeds of Literacy, known for its unique one-to-one tutoring model, has launched a pilot program to provide tutoring for basic education and the GED in Spanish. “The United Way of Greater Cleveland challenged us to serve more people from
Read More »

Education in Kabul: Angels Are Made of Light Film Review

[FILM REVIEW] Now that the 43rd annual Cleveland International Film Fest has wrapped up, it’s safe to say that Angels Are Made of Light, Seeds of Literacy’s sponsored film this year, was not the happiest film in the lineup. Angels chronicles the lives of the students and teachers at a
Read More »

Seeds Awarded $10k from Bank of America

Cleveland, OH (4-16-2019) – Bank of America has awarded Seeds of Literacy $10,000 in financial support. “Funds from Bank of America will support our individualized student instruction,” explained Bonnie Entler, Executive Director. “Adult basic ed is the on-ramp to workforce development. Last year, most new students entered Seeds with low
Read More »

She Found Her Voice In A Ballroom: Student Success

November 2018:  Valerie Taylor approached the lectern slowly when it was her turn to address the crowd.  She took a deep breath, and spoke — deliberately, with purpose and clarity. For a moment, she paused as emotion took over her. The audience hung on every word, and when she was
Read More »

[VIDEO] Seeds Appears on Cleveland’s 43 Focus with Harry Boomer

In March 2019, Seeds of Literacy was featured on an entire episode of Cleveland’s 43 Focus with host and news anchor Harry Boomer. The organization was last featured on the program in 2017 to discuss the State’s adoption of the TASC and HiSET as alternatives to the GED. Executive Director
Read More »

National Volunteer Apprecitiation Week

April 7 – April 13 It’s that time again…the time where every staff member says “Only one? There are so many!” That’s because it’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week and staff members are asked to showcase just one of the 200+ volunteers that make Seeds a special place. It’s a nearly
Read More »

National Poetry Month Begins with Spine Poetry Challenge

It seems like each month, each day even, can be attributed to National something-or-other. In fact, the observances are as niche as Talk Like a Pirate Day on Septemb-arrrrr 19 (for those that accessorize with eye patches and a parrot on their shoulders), or Left Handers Day (for southpaws) on
Read More »