We Help Grant County Residents

In Grant County, New Mexico, 15% of adults have less than a 9th grade education, and almost 30% did not graduate from high school, according to the New Mexico Coalition on Literacy (click to view Grant County literacy stats). The U.S. census estimates that nearly 20% of people in Grant County were living below the poverty level as of July 1, 2016. And employers today require higher skill levels than ever before in literacy, numeracy and computer skills.

The state of New Mexico has for decades been one of the lowest-ranking states in the U.S. (click to view New Mexico Literacy Stats).

Adults       Kids

Literacy Link - Leamos offers one-to-one tutoring to help our community members improve their education levels, job skills and quality of life. And because having books in the home—and adults who can read them to children—has a big impact on a child’s future, our Let’s Read program delivers free books to thousands of Grant County children who might otherwise have no books at all in the home.

If you, or someone you know, would like to get free tutoring at Literacy Link - Leamos, call us at (575) 388-0892.