November 27, 2013
Have You Seen Our Annual Report?
Reading Partners reflects on a year of growth in the new annual report
In the 2012-13 school year, Reading Partners expanded to serve students in nine regions across five states and the District of Columbia—recruiting over 8,500 volunteers to work one-on-one with a student in their local community. Last year, we served 10 times as many students as we did just five years ago, doubling the number of students we served in the past year alone.
These gains reflect the same steadfast commitment to excellence our growing organization was built upon. Last school year, 88% of our students accelerated their rate of learning. We are very proud to share these successes and more in our latest annual report.
A community’s commitment to opportunity for all
At the heart of our program is a vibrant and growing community committed to ensuring that all children have the skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. Inside the report, you’ll meet:
Jennifer Mao, a member of Reading Partners’ Community Engagement team
Pamela Mitchell, principal of PS 48 in New York City
Kaycee Moua, a site coordinator supporting tutors in our community
Dean Elson, Senior Vice President of Research and Evaluation at Reading Partners
Jehan Velji, Portfolio Manager at the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation
Deric Pinales and Jason, a tutor and student in our program.
Take a look inside Reading Partners annual report