NATIONAL FAMILY LITERACY DAY
National Family Literacy Day is observed each year on November 1.
Celebrated across America, this day focuses on special activities and events that showcase the importance of family literacy programs.
First held in 1994, National Literacy Day kicks off National Literacy Month in November.
During the month of November, there are many events which are held at schools, libraries and other literacy organizations.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Get together with family and read a book together. Use #FamilyLiteracyDay to post on social media.
In 1994, the 103rd Congress passed Joint Resolution 413 Designating November 1 National Family Literacy Day.
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