Small classes cover the components of reading, writing, everyday math, and digital learning. Classroom tutors assist students with lessons and students’ personal learning goals.
Tutors are available to work one-to-one with students. Tutors are paired with students after training and classroom observation have occurred.
When READ students are ill, they aren’t able to attend classes or tutoring sessions regularly, stifling their literacy progress. Adults with low-literacy levels are often challenged by navigating the health system and understanding personal health strategies. That’s why The READ Center is piloting its first Health Literacy Class.
Stay tuned for details on our spring 2018 class!