Welcome to the John Ed Keeter Public Library’s Adult Education & Literacy program! Our mission is to enrich our city by providing a free, diversified, and accessible educational program for adults. We are thankful for the help of our many volunteer tutors in bringing this program to life.
We are currently offering classes and/or tutoring in:
- Adult Literacy (learn to read and write)
- English for speakers of other languages
- English Conversation
- US Citizenship Preparation
- Basic Spanish
For more information, feel free to contact our Adult Education Librarian Ronnie Horton by email or at (817) 230-0344
Register for a Class
We welcome you to visit us in person at the Saginaw Public Library where you can register for Adult Literacy, GED, Adult ESOL, Citizenship prep and Adult Language Classes. There are many class options, tutorials and flexible schedules to accommodate all adult learners, including in-person and online.
If you have questions about the adult programs, or to register, please contact Ronnie Horton, the Adult Education Librarian, by email or by phone at 817-230-0344.
Free Language-Learning Software
Pronunciator is available 24/7 on your computer or phone with a Saginaw library card number.
Access free courses and resources on various topics, including reading, math, technology, work skills and more on:
We offer a variety of citizenship preparation opportunities. You are welcome to come to the library in-person and discuss your plans and preparation for citizenship. We will help you register for a class or set up a one on one tutorial with an instructor.
Citizenship test preparation is also available through Pronunciator. Choose "English (American)" as the language you want to study, then choose the ProCitizen course. Pronunciator can be accessed at home or in the Library.
Additional Online Citizenship Resources
- US Citizenship & Immigration Services
- Civics Test Flashcards
- N-400, Application for Naturalization
- Citizenship Study Guide
- Smithsonian Civics/History Study Guide
GED and High School Equivalency Resources
Aztec GED Online Study Program
Students will need to contact a tutor to learn about the Aztec GED online study program. Aztec is accessible 24/7 wherever you have internet access. No email account is needed, but a meeting with a tutor will be needed to ensure each student trained on how to use the new Aztec online program.
GED tutors are available at the Library every Saturday from 1-3 pm.
Login to TexShare Databases (select John Ed Keeter Public Library as your library, contact the Library for the password), then select LearningExpress Library.
LearningExpress Library offers access to over 800 online practice tests. You can prepare for professional certification in civil service, law enforcement, firefighting, EMS, military nursing and teaching through available eBooks and practice exams. Prepare for college and graduate school admissions with practice tests for: SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, and LSAT.
A GED practice test is also available.