Back to Basics Learning Dynamics celebrates National Library Week with a library expansion at its Wilmington, Delaware Educational Facility

 

Pictured is Back to Basics Learning Dynamics Assistant Director Jeanine Stidham with just a few of the more than 200 new books for the expanded Back to Basics library.
Pictured is Back to Basics Learning Dynamics Assistant Director Jeanine Stidham with just a few of the more than 200 new books for the expanded Back to Basics library.

Since 2011, Back to Basics Learning Dynamics has had an ongoing partnership with the Delaware-based literacy organization Success Won’t Wait to supply books for Title 1 students through its Reading is Basic Program. This program has provided over 2,800 books to local Title 1 schoolchildren throughout New Castle and Kent counties in grades K-8.

Recently, Success Won’t Wait and Back to Basics collaborated once again, this time expand the Back to Basics’ library, located at its Wilmington, Delaware Educational Facility, as part of National Library Week.

The library expansion includes 100 new summer reading and required reading texts, as well as 100 current textbooks on every subject — from Algebra, to World History, to Biology, and more.

These books will be vital when tutoring Title 1 students; currently, Back to Basics services over 150 Title I students from the Red Clay, Colonial, Brandywine, Smyrna, and Appoquinimink school districts for supplemental 1-on-1 instruction.

Excellence in Education since 1985!

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is the undisputed leader in 1-on-1 tutoring in Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania for over 60 subjects. The company offers a unique Department of Education-approved 1-on-1 K-12 Private School in Wilmington, Delaware and a Delaware Business and Trade School for ages 16 and older. In addition, the company offers translating and interpreting in 16 languages throughout Delaware. Back to Basics is the winner of numerous awards for academic and business excellence including the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.

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