Project READ is the primary ESOL [English for Speakers of Other Languages] referral source in Dayton. By calling the referral hotline, one can be referred to an ESOL class based on time preference, child care availability, location/bus route, and skill level. One doesn’t need to speak English in order to access the hotline- interpretation is available for free. The hotline also has free telephonic interpretation available to limited English proficient (LEP) callers.
To take advantage of this support service, contact the Project READ Helpline at (937) 461-7323.
Explore all of the Dayton area’s ESOL resources in this interactive map and listing:
Other ESOL Resources:
1. Mango (Dayton Metro Library’s computer database of languages)
Click here for more info on how to access Mango Languages
2. Kettering ABLE’s Business English Class
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 6 – 8:30 p.m.
661 Lyons Road in Centerville (walk-ins welcome)
3. Wright State University’s LEAP Intensive English Program
4. Talk Tables – Dayton Metro Library program (various locations, times)