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English Language Learners

Thank you for taking the time to look at some of our resources for Adult English Language Learners. This page is dedicated to all English Language Learners, whether you are the parents of an ESL child, a newly arrived adult, or even someone who wants to help another English Language Learner.

 

Adult ESL Programs in New Jersey – Resource Guide

The objective of this directory is to help immigrants to the United States find English as a Second Language programs in their area that are best suited to their needs. Originally created as a collaborative project between the NJ Departments of Community Affairs and Education, it is annually revised by the NJDOE. The resources in the directory are current as of June 2011, but be aware that programs are constantly changing. The listings are grouped alphabetically by county.

Updated June, 2011

 

Public Libraries

Many Public Libraries offer free, or low cost, ESL classes. Here is a list of Public Libraries in New Jersey, their phone numbers, and links to their websites. Check and see if your local library offers ESL classes!

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