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GMTT - Founder Paula Lucie Smith Speaks About ALTA Classes

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Every year for the past 24 years the Adult Literacy Tutors Association (ALTA) has been providing classes for persons with literacy problems.

ALTA Founder and CEO Paula Lucie Smith says the organisation has enjoyed a healthy relationship with the national libraries as they provide locations for the literacy classes to be held.

She indicated that registration for ALTA classes opens at the beginning of each new school year and that the classes are available at 50 locations throughout the country.

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