Monthly Tutor Reports:

Choose the Report Form best for you:


LVGW Tutor Lending Library Page (A Digital Catalog of Books and Additional Add-ons available for our tutors at our Lending Library): CLICK HERE


Local Education and Career Connections:

Waterbury Adult Education:

Naugatuck Valley Community College:

Porter & Chester Institute:

Stone Academy:


National Organizations:

ProLiteracy WorldWide

State Resource:
Connecticut Digital Library

Family Literacy:
Motheread Inc.

Adult and Family Education 
Activities include a listening component in a variety of life skill areas including shopping, jobs, health, housing, transportation.

United States Citizenship and Immigration Service

Resources for ESL and Basic Literacy Students and Tutors:
News For You    Use Password 21D4B5

English as a Second Language Resources:

Dave’s ESL Cafe

Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab

Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL)
Resources for English language learning.

Online ESL Help Resource Center

A dictionary of more than 3,800 English idiomatic expressions with definitions.

Basic Literacy Resources:

LD Online
Teacher resources for reading, writing, math and more for adults with learning disabilities.

Grammar Blast 

Interactive games for learning grammar, capitalization and punctuation.

Math & Science Resources:
Khan Academy

Free online library of videos and practice activities that covers K-12 mathbiology, chemistry, physicsfinance, and history.  Each video is presented in 10-minute “digestible bites” and especially purposed for viewing on the computer. 

Tutor Professional Development: 
ProLiteracy Education Network 
Offers online training opportunities and resources for adult literacy volunteers.

Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center (VALRC) 
Offers excellent adult literacy professional development, curriculum, and more.

Capitol Region Education Council 


Additional Student Learning Resources:


Marshall Adult Education:  click here
Stories with audio.  Each story is read 3 times at different speeds.  For beginning to advanced reading levels.
The Times in Plain English:  click here
Current news articles for intermediate and advanced reading levels.