Reading to Learn is Lilburn-based nonprofit organization that assists in homework help and tutoring for children.
Rosemarie Lebert-Clark is the director and one of the founders of the program, which started in 2006.
It offers support to all kinds of students, including those in public school, homeschool, college, adults and more. "We welcome any who want to remain
ahead or catch up," the website reads.
The majority of students come from Gwinnett and DeKalb counties. They are taught by highly trained teachers, including those with advanced degrees.
In addition the year-round program, Reading to Learn also hosts a summer program. Activities include: sports, writing, spelling, foreign languages, chess, and more.
There is a fee for the services, and that goes to pay the teachers and other necessary expenses, but the direct has said that they do work with children whose parents can't afford tutoring or educational help.
For those interested in signing up their children for educational assistance, call Reading to Learn at 770-279-6987.
Interested in making a donation? Check the nonprofit's website, or visit in person: 5255 Lawrenceville Highway, Building B, Lilburn.
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