Reading Partners

Rating: 4.91 stars   32 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Children & Youth, Education


180 Grand Avenue Suite 800 Oakland CA 94612 USA


We envision a future in which all children in this nation have the reading skills they need to reach their full potential. Reading Partners is committed to helping children become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results.


Reading Partners is focused on data and results. We are dedicated to ensuring that every investment made in the success of our students leads to a measurable increase in reading skills. During the 2011-12 school year: • 89% of students accelerated their progress in reading. • 73% of students ended the year closer to grade level than when they started school. • 78% of students who began the year with low self-confidence demonstrated increased confidence by year’s end. • 97% of principals noted school-wide progress in reading.

Target demographics:

students who are reading six months to two-and-a-half years below grade level

Geographic areas served:

low-income schools across the country


We recruit and train community volunteers to work one-on-one with students by following a structured, research-based curriculum.

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Reviews for Reading Partners

Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

This is a very beneficial program for the elementary aged students who are taking advantage of the Reading Partners tutoring. My daughter loves being a tutor for Reading Partners and is so excited to see the excellent progress her students have been making since joining the program. We need more programs like these to boost the education our children are receiving. More parents and other students should sign up and give our children the best education possible! Karen

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