Reading Partners Los Angeles
Reading Partners’ mission is to help children become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results, and we envision a future where all children will have the literacy skills they need to reach their full potential.
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- LEARN ·2021 Grants Challenge
In Los Angeles public schools, COVID-19 has stalled progress for our most vulnerable students. While Reading Partners has pivoted programming to adapt to the online environment and provided intensive, individualized literacy tutoring and seen incredible results, we know there is more work to be done. Through our new virtual programming, Reading Partners plans to extend our reach to the countless number of students who need support building foundational reading skills after a disrupted learning, reaching 1000 additional students by 2025.
- LEARN ·2020 Grants Challenge·🎉 Winner
Reading Partners helps hundreds of economically disadvantaged move toward reading proficiency by helping them develop mastery of key reading skills through data-informed, curriculum-driven, one-on-one volunteer tutoring. We strive to build sustainable, community-driven solutions to the literacy crisis and educational equity for all who live in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Reading Partners plans to expand our core program in LA County and deepen local impact on fourth grade literacy achievement, reaching 1000 students by 2022.
- LEARN ·2015 Grants Challenge
Reading Partners plans to expand our core program in LA County and deepen local impact on fourth grade literacy achievement. In 2015-16, we have already expanded from eight to ten school partners, reaching at least 575 students with the support of 850 volunteers. By 2017, we intend to partner with an additional four to six new school sites, doubling our reach from 500 to 1,000 children in Los Angeles area Title I schools.