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Earning by Learning Partners with
Richmond Public Schools

 

Governor Robert F. McDonnell visits JL Francis Elementary in Richmond, Virginia for Earning by Learning program launch.

Earning by Learning Richmond Launch

 

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the partnership

 

 

Be a Part of Something Great!

 

EBL Coach Mary Bilbrey

Earning by Learning students read and passed over 36,000 books and comprehension quizzes at B.H. Macon Elementary School in ONLY one year! 

 

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Reading Numbers

 

 

 

Fourth Annual Fairway to Literacy

 


Our 4th Annual Fairway to Literacy Golf Tournament
was a success!!!

We thank our 2014 Fairway to Literacy food sponsor Renaissance Learning , major sponsor Chamberlains Restaurant, goodie bag sponsor Humana , hole sponsors: Humana, Inc., McGriff, Seibels, & Williams of Texas, Star Motor, UNUM, Dearborn Nati...onal, Stealth Partners, Aetna, Sun Life Financial, IPS Advisors, and silent auction donors: Scott Gibbs, Doug Sanders and STAR Motors. Without your support, the Fairway to Literacy Golf Tournament would not be possible.

Harvard University Subjects Earning by Learning to a Rigorous Evaluation

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Earning by Learning of Dallas is the single most effective and cost efficient literacy program in America, as documented by a recent Harvard study on how incentives can greatly increase the pace of children's learning.

To learn more about the study read Dr. Fryer's published paper.

Click here for a fact sheet about EBL.

Click here for a fact sheet about the Harvard Study findings.

 

Hear what Dr. Fryer thinks about Earning by Learning.

 

Spoke at Earning by Learning Education Forum

 



Earning by Learning is a phenomenally successful program that has placed America's children on the track to success in the global workplace. The Earning by Learning program is designed to use performance-based and non-cash incentives to stimulate children to read. Each student must pass (with at least 80% accuracy) a computerized comprehension book quiz for accountability.