We are the People of the Book

Yet the absence of books and a high illiteracy rate have a profound impact on our city and society. Through KOREH L.A., The Jewish Federation’s literacy program, we address the literacy crisis and resulting achievement gap in our public schools.

KOREH L.A. is the largest volunteer children’s literacy program in the city. Over the past 14 years, the Federation has trained and placed over 15,000 volunteers as reading partners, reaching nearly 20,000 LAUSD students. Join us at KOREH L.A. and change the life of a student.

Koreh Connections

Book Review: Fall Into These Seasonal Books!

Book Review: Fall Into These Seasonal Books!

There’s plenty to celebrate this time of year: the beginning of the school year, pumpkin patches, and the changing colors! Check out our picks to enjoy with your student this season. Read More »

Tags: Book Reviews

“What’s in your bag?”: Tips and Tricks for a Successful Reading Session

“What’s in your bag?”: Tips and Tricks for a Successful Reading Session

Wondering what to bring to your reading sessions? We asked a few experienced KOREH L.A. volunteers what they bring and do to make their reading sessions successful and fun! Read More »

Tags: Literacy Resources

Introducing our 2014-2015 AmeriCorps Team

Introducing our 2014-2015 AmeriCorps Team

Meet the new AmeriCorps team here at KOREH L.A.! Read More »

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June Round-Up: News and Highlights

June Round-Up: News and Highlights

Every month, we highlight our favorite online resources as well as a summary of the biggest education news that came out in Los Angeles and California. Read More »

Tags: Education News Roundup, Literacy Resources

Farewell, KOREH L.A.: 2013-2014 AmeriCorps Team

Farewell, KOREH L.A.: 2013-2014 AmeriCorps Team

Upon completing 1700 hours of service, our 2013-2014 AmeriCorps Literacy Coordinators share highlights from their year at KOREH L.A. and next steps. Read More »

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Celebrating 20 Years of Service: KOREH L.A.’s AmeriCorps Team Partners with Community HealthCorps

Celebrating 20 Years of Service: KOREH L.A.’s AmeriCorps Team Partners with Community HealthCorps

In celebration of AmeriCorps' 20th Anniversary, KOREH L.A.’s AmeriCorps team joined Community HealthCorps, a program of Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County (CCALAC), at their Summer Solstice Health & Wellness Fair in Long Beach on June 20. Read More »

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KOREH L.A. Welcomes New Program Coordinator: Kelsey Larsen

KOREH L.A. Welcomes New Program Coordinator: Kelsey Larsen

Please join KOREH L.A. in a warm welcome to Kelsey Larsen, our new Program Coordinator! Read More »

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School Spotlight on Coliseum Street Elementary

School Spotlight on Coliseum Street Elementary

This month, we’re shining a spotlight on a longtime partner school, Coliseum Street Elementary and its dedicated KOREH L.A. volunteer. Read More »

Tags: Volunteer Spotlight

2014 Summer Volunteer Opportunity Guide

2014 Summer Volunteer Opportunity Guide

School may be out for the summer, but you can still make an impact on education and our city! Check out these volunteer opportunities at local organizations to stay involved this summer. Read More »

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