Our Impact »
Find out how SHARP’s unique approach helps students improve reading comprehension while discovering a love of learning.Learn more »
Our Programs »
Through engaging lessons, interactive projects and visual arts, SHARP Literacy helps urban children identify as confident, capable learners.Learn more »
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Find out how individuals and companies can help support SHARP’s mission and provide students with unique learning opportunities.Learn more »
Lynda Kohler and Steve Wojciechowski Interviewed by Steve “The Homer” True
- Steve “The Homer” True, sportscaster for ESPN Milwaukee -WAUK 540 AM , invited Lynda Kohler and Marquette Men’s Basketball Coach Steve Wojciechowski to talk about ...Learn More »
Conversations with Carol Caine Features Lynda Kohler and Paul Combs
- You can listen to episode 52 of Conversations with Carol Caine here. Both Lynda Kohler, President and CEO of SHARP Literacy, and also Paul ...Learn More »
SHARP Literacy-Marquette University Partnership Continues to Bring Results
- Since early 2017, SHARP Literacy and the Marquette University Men’s Basketball team have enjoyed a uniquely satisfying program that brings results. In the Reading ...Learn More »
Carroll University Basketball Team Makes a Difference Reading to SHARP Students
- WAUKESHA — As a point guard, Carroll University’s Ray Pierce doesn’t mind being the “center” of attention. “It’s nice to have some attention sometimes, I ...Learn More »
SHARP allows students to look not only at themselves, but others.
My students not only improve their reading and writing skills, they also become more confident learners.
While SHARP’s impact is often felt by students who are struggling, it also fits the needs of high achievers.
The SHARP Literacy program not only has the needed content, but also fun ways of approaching these concepts!
I’m indebted to SHARP because not only do you grow my students but you’ve grown me as an educator.
Our students learned so much about their community and have a profound new appreciation for Milwaukee.