The Power of Literacy

We help people learn to speak English.
We help people learn to read.

We help people succeed.

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We train volunteer tutors to work with adult learners. Find out how you can get involved!

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We help adults learn to speak, read and write English better. Start learning with us today. We can help you!

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We are a 501c3 non-profit serving adult learners throughout the state of Delaware. You can support us!

Advancing Literacy through training, tutoring, English language acquisition and advocacy for all Delawareans.

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Our learners speak 27 different languages (including English)

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What Previous Learners & Tutors Say

Our Learner's Goals

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Get a Driver's License

Kivanc got his driver's license as a Literacy Delaware learner.

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Help My Kids with Homework

Laura enjoys reading and helping her kids with school work after having been a Literacy Delaware learner.

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Get a Better Job

Ernesto was able to get a better job by being a Literacy Delaware learner.

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Become a Citizen

Maria earned her citizenship with the help of her Literacy Delware tutor.

Our Latest News

Welcome New Start

We are so excited to welcome tutors and learners from the New Start program!

17, Jun 2021
Article
English Conversation Group

Our Sussex County Coordinator Dale Ashera-Davis has been conducting an hour-long English conversatio...

17, Jun 2021
Announcement
Literacy Delaware: A 2021 Howard University Spring Break Destination

On March 8th and 9th, 25 students from Howard University spent part of their spring break volunteeri...

17, Jun 2021
Article
As Education Remains Online, Digital Literacy and Basic Literacy Go Hand In Hand

If the COVID-19 pandemic has proven anything, it’s that we can’t adequately combat the literacy ...

17, Jun 2021
Article

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