Welcome to ABC Learn
ABC Learn, Inc. is a 501( c )(3) non-profit education corporation that has been working with youth since 1996. We have donated our money, time, skills and efforts to teach children language arts, math, music, and art.
ABC Learn, Inc. has worked successfully in Los Angeles County with various departments including Department of Youth and Family Services, Department of Juvenile Probation, LA County Department of Education, LAPD, LAUSD and various City and County public officials. We have had success in detention camps teaching thousands of juveniles how to read. Our students achieved much higher scholastic scores, and were extremely pleased with our program. We receive numerous letters from our students and parents, as well as schools and probation personnel thanking us for our dedicated efforts. Our program has successfully changed the lives of those it has touched. We take pride in the achievements of our students.
Our objective is to assist students, teachers, parents, and the school system! ABC Learn, Inc. and our affiliates understand that we must work together to raise current educational levels and standards. Today’s society brings many varied complications into the classroom. Teachers can no longer prepare one lesson and cover all students in the classroom. Students’ learning levels within the same age group have become extremely varied in range over the past several years. As a result, it is impossible for a teacher to be effective for all students. It is our goal to help each student reach his/her proper grade level. We have found that once a child understands the language and math requirements, all other subjects are positively affected as well.
As a non-profit we have worked in collaboration with other organizations, both for profit and non-profit, to provide educational opportunities for thousands of youth across Los Angeles County, including, access to free new books to promote literacy, creativity, and a love for learning.
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