Submit a Tutor Conference Proposal Now! 

Tutors and tutor coordinators, please take a moment to submit a proposal to present a session at the Tutor Conference on February 13, 2017 at the Penn Stater in State College, PA. We would love to have you share your best practices and show us what is helping the adult learners with whom you work. Sessions for tutor coordinators will also be available, so if you are a tutor coordinator with a great practice that is working well with your tutors, please plan to share it with your peers. Proposals for tutor or tutor coordinator sessions can be submitted here. Contact Kim Roush with your questions.


2017 Outstanding Tutor Nominations
Now Being Accepted

2017 Outstanding Tutor Nomination form, pdf
2017 Outstanding Tutor Nomination form, word doc


Tutor Handbook ~ Reading and Writing Instruction

The Tutor Handbook ~ Math Instruction will be available soon!  

Tutor Coordinator Webinar Schedule Now Available

The first webinar for program year 2016-2017 will be held Tuesday, October 18 from 10 - 11am.

 Tutor Coordinator Contact List available here.

ESL Tutors ~ Looking for Problem-Based Lesson Plans?

Check out this new resource created by Catherine Brett, a Penn State Literacy Corps student. Thanks so much for sharing your great work Catherine!

Do you have an excellent resource that you have developed that you would be willing to share? Contact Kim Roush ~ we would love to post resources from around the state on our site. Why should we all be reinventing the wheel???


 TLC has a website full of resources, all related to the College and Career Readiness Standards. Many thanks to Dr. Sheila Sherow for development of this website. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and take some time to browse through all the wonderful materials on the site. You will need this password to enter the site: TLCtutorwebsite.

Interested in learning more about the College and Career Readiness Standards?

This one hour YouTube video provides very good information about the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) in an easy to understand manner. Please note, the video is a product of McGraw-Hill and the last ten minutes include some advertising of their materials.

For a reminder of why you are in adult literacy, read this touching story 



This publication was supported by the U.S. Department of Education through the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Adult Basic and Literacy Education. However, the opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position of the policy of the U.S. Department of Education of the Pennsylvania Department of Education. No official endorsement of these agencies should be inferred.