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Earning by Learning of Dallas
An Evening of Literacy for Luxury



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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.


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An Evening of Luxury for Literacy

An Evening of Luxury for Literacy

On Thursday, April 30, 2015, Earning by Learning (EBL) hosted An Evening of Luxury for Literacy brought to you by the Bernadette Schaeffler Collection. Some of Dallas’ hottest and most sought after interior designers showcased their talents by creating high-end designs on a conscious-friendly budget. These designers created unforgettable room vignettes with merchandise, which is donated and then sold at greatly discounted prices.

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Hollywood Regency

Mid Century Modern



Art Deco



The Paula and Scott Larsen Advised Fund of the Dallas Foundation
Nia Lindsey - Graphic Designer
Henry Saine - Core Pictures
Photography by Joel
A Community Service Project of the Ricky Rudine Memorial Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas
The McKinley Family


Earning by Learning Partners with
Richmond Public Schools

JL Francis Elementary in Richmond, Virginia
launch Earning by Learning program.

Earning by Learning Richmond Launch

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the partnership

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.