The I-Link Community Services Association will provide free English courses for disadvantaged children in the Taipei area starting on Aug. 24, association officials said yesterday. The targets of the program will be primary school children from single-parent families, unemployed families and low-income families, the officials said. The four-month courses will cover English language and "life education" to help the children "know themselves and understand others," while their parents will be offered a growth course on parent-child relationships, they said. The officials said registration will be accepted until Friday.
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Taiwan Quick Take: Free English lessons offered
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