Our goal is for every student in grades K-2 to do the program so they achieve reading proficiency. We can also work with older students as needed if they are below grade level in reading. For now, students have to do the program at home. Over time, we plan to increase our network of schools and after-school programs that are offering the program.
We have limited resources to provide the program to individuals now. Our primary goal initially is to build chapters in each community to provide more support. However, until we can build a chapter in your area, we would appreciate you registering if interested so we can expand resources to help and know where best to focus on building chapters.
Perhaps you can help to build a chapter in your area or refer us to individuals or organizations that may be interested.
Join the Movement
After joining, you should receive a follow-up email with instructions and a link to provide us with information needed to determine if we can provide the program to you directly.
Please review the section on cost. We will provide the program to as many families as possible through scholarships as resources permit. However, if families can meet the minimum $25 level, we will be able to provide the program to these families more quickly.
Fill out the form and we will follow up as resources permit to provide the program to your family directly.
Please let us know if you can become a Family Ambassador for families in your community, or if you can help us to recruit someone who is willing to start a Chapter in your area.
There are several online tools to build skills that are available to anyone now without registering.
You can get started today helping your child to build the skills that empower reading success.
Go to our partner site to learn more: Cornerstone Movement Reading Success
Consistent training is critical to success. Students need to train 20 or more minutes daily, 4-5 days per week until the program is completed. Students can do two sessions daily. It is best to train the minimum amount daily vs. the same amount of training time only one or two days weekly.
We require families to sign a pledge in order to receive a scholarship.