Tutor and student resources
Organizations Supporting Civil Rights and Standing Against Bias and Bigotry These local, state and national organizations provide resources regarding the rights of different communities, education and information, and many collect information about incidents of bias-related harassment, violence and other violations of civil rights. Please let NJALL know of any groups or resources you think should be added to the list at our email address: email@example.com.
The NJ Career Connections site has resources for jobseekers including help with establishing career goals, improving resume and interviewing skills, and applying for jobs.
The student resource page on this site has a comprehensive list of services to support student success, including resources around transportation, finances, health care, immigration services, and special needs.
Visit the USCIS website to view the 100 civics questions on the naturalization test.
This site offers lesson plans, worksheets, games and other activities to help ESL students learn and understand American government and history.
Offers online instruction for over 200 topics, including basic computer skills and internet safety.
Interactive math web site. Play games, do puzzles, and make flash cards and worksheets.
A bilingual website for families and educators of English language learners.
Practice using an ATM, writing a check, reading a bus map, and more. Registration is free.
A collection of stories by adult new readers found on the Literally Literacy Newsletter.
An online magazine for adult educators and learners focusing on social justice. Each issue has a different topic, such as peace, the media, immigration, etc. Includes news articles, opinion pieces, classroom activities and lessons, poems, cartoons, and interviews.
Lessons in reading, writing, and math for adult learners. Has an online calculator, dictionary, and other tools.