Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service One in six adults in Tulsa County cannot read the prescription label on a medicine bottle, understand a newspaper article, or enter complete information on an application. The mission of the Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Services is to promote literacy through adult basic and English language instruction.
Today, only one in four Oklahoma fourth graders is reading at a proficient level and 36% lack even basic literacy skills. By partnering with parents, teachers, public schools, and community leaders in Tulsa, Reading Partners is poised to address Tulsa’s significant achievement gap.Location: 907 South Detroit Ave. Suite 600, Tulsa, 74120, OK.
Oklahoma's Colleges and Universities. Tulsa Community College TRiO Educational Opportunity Center The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) program provides counseling and information on college admissions to qualified adults 19 years old and over who want to enter, re-enter or transfer to postsecondary education programs.
The Oklahoma GED Administration and Adult Education and Family Literacy Programs have transferred to the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. Information regarding these programs may be found by calling 405-377-2000 (Ask for Lifelong Learning).