Pricing

Kids Read Now is an affordable summer reading program that saves money by focusing on prevention rather than intervention.

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An affordable solution

 

At roughly 3% of the cost of a typical summer program, Kids Read Now can serve 33 students for the same cost of one student at a summer school/camp.

Prevention is less expensive
than intervention.

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Additional funding is available

Contact us to learn more about getting the services in your town.

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State Funds

Title I Part A
Title I Part C
Title II Part B

Future Funds

Use next year’s money to get started in the spring

Foundation

A $2 Billion foundation supports our efforts.

Greater Horizons Grant

The greater Horizons fund of the Kansas City foundation has committed more than a million dollars to significantly reduce the cost to school districts nationwide for the Kids Read Now summer program. It’s a one page application, with funds available on a first come, first served basis. Apply today!

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Recent News

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  • Building a Parent-Teacher Relationship

    The beginning of the school year is a busy time. There is work to be done, from getting the classroom and lessons ready to welcome in the new students. Though the first few weeks are hectic, reaching out to parents is an act that can...

  • Involving Parents in Education

    When children first begin to explore reading, it is not a solitary activity. Parents spend time with their children teaching them to read. The lessons can be as straightforward as sitting down and reading with your children or as subtle as getting them to read...

Transform your summer
reading program

 

Kids Read Now keeps your students passionate and engaged through the summer months. Request more information about how book choice shapes.

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