"I'm so happy that I'm able to read books that I want to read."
"Learning Ally has made it possible for my students to access books they previously thought were out of their reach. They can read and discuss books with their friends, participate in reading clubs, and feel the joy and satisfaction of reading a good book."
"I like Learning Ally because it has so many great books to read. When I listen to books I get to learn lots of new words."
"Learning Ally has given struggling readers the ability to access complex text in ways they never have in the past. This is having a dramatic impact on thinking and learning at our school."
"It's pretty cool. I like how I can read and not get stressed out."
"In the few years I have used Learning Ally in my classroom, I have seen remarkable growth in my students. When you hear a struggling reader belly laugh while reading a book they actually understand independently - you can't put that feeling into words."
"Being able to use Learning Ally has made me want to read more challenging and interesting books. I love to listen to books while I'm having breakfast in the morning."
Volunteers are essential to Learning Ally. We rely on our network of volunteers to bring our mission to life. Volunteers share their unique talents and provide support in roles that help bring equitable access to education and achieve literacy for all.
Join us in bringing hope, empowerment, and access to the 30 million students who struggle to read in the U.S. Visit the Opportunities page to find current volunteer projects and get involved today.
YTD Volunteer Impact - July 2022 to present
The school took third place in a national competition hosted by the literacy nonprofit Learning Ally. The students read along as books are narrated to them in an engaging way. Read more here.
We were named one of Oprah Daily's 16 Virtual Volunteer Opportunities that make a meaningful difference. Read the article.
Watch this recording of the Volunteer Appreciation Event. Thank you to all of our incredible volunteers!
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