Designated by Governor Pete Wilson in California's application
for State Literacy Resource Center (SLRC) funds available under
the National Literacy Act of 1991, the State Collaborative Literacy
Council (SCLC) is a multi-agency collaboration which is responsible
for planning and implementing the state literacy resource program
in California. The SCLC develops plans for the State Literacy
Resource Center of California, directs the preparation and submittal
of applications, plans and reports as required, and coordinates
and collaborates with other public and private non-profit literacy
service providers throughout the State.
The SCLC consists of representatives of the following state
In addition to the seven SCLC memebers, one ex officio member represents
community-based oganizations in the state.