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Civic Knowledge Project hosts adult learning odyssey

The University of Chicago Chronicle reports that the Humanities Division’s Civic Knowledge Project has joined the national Odyssey Project, which the Chronicle explains is:

a yearlong, college-level humanities curriculum founded on the premise that education makes one free and promotes sustained reflection, communication and critical thinking skills. It is open to adults with income no more than 150 percent of the poverty level. Textbooks, course materials, on-site childcare, transportation, tutoring, and referral and advocacy services are free.

The Civic Knowledge Project is the community connections branch of the Humanities Division. For information on the Odyssey Proejct and other Civic Knowledge Project programs, visit the their website.

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