See how engaged these pre-k students are as their teacher reads one of the books from the Footsteps2Brilliance collection to her students!
The purpose of Footsteps2Brilliance’s Academic Language Program for Students (ALPS) is to accelerate language acquisition, vocabulary, and reading for Pre-K through 2nd grade students by connecting school and home through our mobile gaming platform (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Web).
Districts across the US are implementing Footsteps2Brilliance in their classrooms to close the achievement gap and accelerate learning for all students!
Kim Floyd, master kindergarten teacher from Napa County, was a keynote speaker at Napa’s Model Innovation County Launch. Listen as Kim Floyd explains how her students have mastered reading at grade level using the Footsteps2Brilliance program.
No single strategy offers a greater return on investment than providing early learners with the tools they need to read proficiently by third grade. Actions taken by parents, teachers, policymakers, and others can affect life outcomes for children and the surrounding community.
Manassas City Superintendent, Dr. Catherine Magouyrk, brings early reading to all of the pre-k through 3rd grade learners in her district. Watch this video to see what teachers, parents and kids have to say about their experience with Footsteps2Brilliance.
Osceola County is using Footsteps2Brilliance to spark community wide literacy.
The achievement gap begins before children ever enter the classroom. Each summer, the gap widens. The “summer slide” is well-documented, cumulative, and most damaging to children from low-income families. At Footsteps2Brilliance, we enable communities to increase kindergarten readiness and avoid the summer slide.
Osceola County launches new app to help pre-k read and write
Buena Park uses Footsteps2Brilliance to spark community wide literacy. Librarians lead the charge to spread the word to the community.