Be a Part of Something Great!
Principal Gerald Bennett - Macon Elementary
Earning by Learning students read and passed over 36,000 books and comprehension quizzes at B.H. Macon Elementary School in ONLY one year!
Earning by Learning Partners with
JL Francis Elementary in Richmond, Virginia
Harvard University Subjects Earning by Learning to a Rigorous Evaluation
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
EBL raises almost $20,000 with 4th Annual Fairway to Literacy Golf Tournament
The 4th Annual Fairway to Literacy Golf Tournament and Silent Auction benefiting Earning by Learning raises almost $20,000.
EBL has served over 107,303 elementary children with an additional 15,000 children waiting to be served. EBL's reach expands to Seattle, Washington and most recently Richmond, Virginia.
Your support of the 4th Annual Fairway to Literacy Golf Tournament matters.
We thank our 2014 Fairway to Literacy food sponsor Renaissance Learning , major sponsor Chamberlains Restaurant, goodie bag sponsor Humana , and hole sponsors: Humana, Inc., McGriff, Seibels, & Williams of Texas, Star Motor, UNUM, Dearborn National, Stealth Partners, Aetna, Sun Life Financial, IPS Advisors. Earning by Learning would like to also thank our silent auction donors: Scott Gibbs, Doug Sanders and STAR Motors. Without your support, the Fairway to Literacy Golf Tournament would not be possible.
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.