Grants, Free Trial for K-5 Software Available

10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM

500 easy-to-apply-for online software grants are being offered for use with Super Star Online, educational software line that builds math and language arts skills. The software helps bridge the gap between school and home with features that enable parents to work in tandem with their child’s classroom activities.

The grants, valued between $200 and $300 each, are offered to all teachers in public, charter and private schools, kindergarten through 5th grade. Each teacher will be granted full access to a Super Star Online title with full access for up to 40 students for the current school year, ending June 30, 2010.

 Applications for the grant are available at www.helpme2learn.com/school/grants.

Free product trials are available at www.helpme2learn.com/trial.
 

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