Karen Williams is the executive director of LearningQuest – formerly Stanislaus Literacy Center; here she is in the computer lab where students are being taught digital literacy skills.
Karen Williams is the executive director of LearningQuest – formerly Stanislaus Literacy Center; here she is in the computer lab where students are being taught digital literacy skills. dnoda@modbee.com
Karen Williams is the executive director of LearningQuest – formerly Stanislaus Literacy Center; here she is in the computer lab where students are being taught digital literacy skills. dnoda@modbee.com

Karen Williams: Great strides in adult education in Stanislaus

September 19, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 18, 2014 07:30 PM

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