See How Teachers Are Using Their Free License

If your students need support in math and reading but your district doesn’t have the budget to provide more resources, what can you do?
 
Two schools – one junior high and one elementary school – have come up with a creative solution to this common problem. They’re using free licenses offered by Learning Upgrade, an online curriculum with catchy songs and engaging videos to teach students math and reading skills.
 
“I used to struggle with motivating my students to stay focused during math and reading lessons,” said Nadine Stewart, an ELA teacher at Emily Watkins Elementary in LaPlace, La. “Now they constantly ask me if we’re going to the computer lab so they can use Learning Upgrade. They enjoy the immediate feedback that teachers cannot always give right away. It has really helped me to help my students get their gap skills covered in an educational and entertaining way.”

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