Albright Learning Center

Albright Learning Center
Albright Learning Center is listed in the Schools Nursery & Kindergarten Academic category in Reading, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Albright Learning Center which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Albright Learning Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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3040 Kutztown Rd
Reading, PA 19605
(610) 921-9324

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Albright Learning Center has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that Albright Learning Center has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Reading, Pennsylvania is 34 and in the Schools Nursery & Kindergarten Academic category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Mark your calendars... French Week begins Monday! For a list of events:

UPDATE from President Fetrow: "Ongoing review of the details surrounding the game’s events has provided greater clarity. What we understood to be shared agreement among players, student leaders, and coaches has not been adequately supported. As a result, each of the students dismissed from the football team for failure to comply with the team’s shared agreement established for that day has been offered reinstatement to the team."
During the past week you have received two communications from me regarding events occurring at the Delaware Valley University football game last week. I have heard from many of you and I appreciate and understand your strong emotions around the many intertwined and complicated issues.

A message from President Fetrow...
Our Albright community has been through much controversy and turbulence during this past week. We have been forced to examine and reflect on how actions consistent with current policy and practice have clashed with our closely held core values. It greatly concerns me that members of our community…

A Response to Dismissal of Football Player from Team: At Albright College, we celebrate and value the rights of all students and community members to express their thoughts and opinions civilly, respectfully, and peacefully. Within our college community, student organizations, clubs and teams can establish and uphold their own unique practices to enhance College-stated values. Prior to the football game against Delaware Valley University on Saturday, Oct. 7, and upon the recommendation of the team’s leadership council, which is comprised of 24 student-athletes selected annually by team members, the football team made a team-wide decision to both kneel during the coin toss and stand during the National Anthem. This action, which was supported by the coaching staff, was created as an expression of team unity and out of the mutual respect team members have for one another and the value they place on their differences. It was established as a way to find common ground in a world with many differing views. The team agreed to uphold the council decision, with the understanding that there may be consequences for those who choose not to support the team. One football player, unbeknownst to the coach and the team, chose not to support the decision of the leadership council and team. He has been dismissed from the team, but remains a valued member of the Albright College student body. To read the football team’s statement, which was read as the team took the field at Saturday’s game, please visit our Homecoming highlights page:

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It's the final days of 2 great exhibitions at the Freedman Gallery! Don't miss "Faces of Reading + 10" -- showcasing the portrait photography of history prof John Pankratz & alumna Angela Cremer -- and "Ed Williford: nine variations on touching and thinking."
Be sure to stop by the Freedman Gallery today between 1-4 p.m. It's the last weekend for "Faces of Reading + 10," showcasing the amazing portrait photography of John Pankratz and Angela Cremer, and the last weekend for "Ed Williford: nine variations on touching and thinking," a cool exhibit of work that this Mississippi artist wants you to experience through touching as well as seeing. Don't forget, the Freedman is always FREE!