Many thanks to our new friends who have taken the time to provide resource materials, mentoring, or ideas for our community-based project.

Organic English will begin the pilot program using three online courses, including English with Jennifer, Rachel's English, and USA Learns, a online ESL program Funded by the U.S. Department of Education and released in 2008. The first two programs are independent Youtube channels produced by Jennifer Lebedev and Rachel.

The third is a website,, the result of a collaboration between Project IDEAL at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research (ISR) and the Sacramento County Office of Education in California.

Thank you, Mr. John Fleischman, Director of Technology Services at Sacramento County Office of Education, for providing us with valuable online resources as we begin the design phase of Organic English. Mr. Fleischman guides development and enhancement for a variety of technology initiatives and projects such as the Outreach and Technology Assistance Network (, TEACH California ( and U.S.A. Learns (

THANK YOU to my own friends: Ms. Lisa Brown, M.A. - Language Teacher at Rubidoux High School, Riverside - Mr. Danny Murillo, M.A. - ESL Instructor at UCR Extension - Mrs. Josefina Abreo - for all your valuable ideas, resources, and moral support.


Below is a list of links, gathered by our friends in ESL, Adult Education, and Educational Technology, to aid in our campaign as we grow English organically in homes throughout the US.


  • - English with Jennifer is a free Youtube Channel for adults learning English as a second language.
  • - Rachel's English is a free Youtube Channel that focuses on English articulation and accent reduction.
  • - USA Learns is a free web-based multimedia system for adults learning English as a second language.
  • - A free web site for teachers and tutors to help adults learn English and improve basic reading, writing, speaking and life skills
  • - The Online Teaching Academy (OTAC) was initiated in 2010 to meet the growing need for professional development to implement online and blended instruction.
  • - The Internet TESL Journal For Teachers of English as a Second Language