Grants available for K-5 teachers

 The Help Me 2 Learn Company is accepting applications for its grant to improve reading and math skills through the use of it Super Star Online educational software.
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The Help Me 2 Learn Company is accepting applications for its grant to improve reading and math skills through the use of it Super Star Online educational software. Two of the features of the software are at-home use and a parental involvement component.

The grant is available to K-5 teachers. Besides improving reading and math skills, the purpose of the grant is to study and promote at-home use of educational software with parental involvement. The software allows parents to view the progress of their child in the software and to work with their children in the engaging lessons. Parents with low language arts or math skills are also encouraged to use the software to improve their skills.

Grant applications and more information can be found at www.helpme2learn.com/school/grants.

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