Q. Can the Library help me to read?


We have a great Adult Literacy program called Write To Read. The website address (URL) is http://write2read.wordpress.com

The Alameda County library’s innovative Adult Literacy Program, Write to Read, provides educational opportunities to adults who want to improve their literacy skills.  Students build strong literacy skills, in a safe environment, for work, family and lifelong learning.  

Free tutoring and small group instruction are offered at most of our branch libraries and in community locations. Students in the program are English speakers from both the U.S. and other countries.  What all students have in common is an interest in using reading and writing skills more comfortably in their lives.

Our teachers are professional educators and our tutors are patient and dedicated individuals ready to help students meet their goals. The program also offers teaching opportunities for creative, responsible volunteers and student interns enrolled in teaching programs.  

Call us 510-745-1480 or visit us online at http://write2read.aclibrary.org/

  • Last Updated Nov 27, 2017
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  • Answered By Ben Gomberg

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