illiteracy
CLE offers support programmes for the illiterate


The findings

 

For the past 20 years, the association Clé – Compter, lire, écrire or “count, read, write” – located in Ermont, in Val-d’Oise, has been offering support courses for the illiterate.

Considering that difficulties in reading, writing and arithmetic often lead to school drop-out, the association supports some forty youngsters aged 9 to 15 in learning basic skills. 




Association-CLE

The children are progressing and come to the association with a smile. They become more confident thanks to the accompaniment of our committed volunteers but also the support of our partners without whom none of this would have been possible.
Audrey Colnat,
Head of the association

CLE's  mission

 

For the past 20 years, the association Clé – Compter, lire, écrire or “count, read, write” – located in Ermont, in Val-d’Oise, has been offering support courses for the illiterate.


Considering that difficulties in reading, writing and arithmetic often lead to school drop-out, the association supports some forty youngsters aged 9 to 15 in learning basic skills.