Literacy Labs2018-12-20T18:13:33+00:00
Literacy Labs

Don’t let your school miss out on this valuable opportunity to provide your students with state-of-the art tools for literacy.

Literacy Cart PS 315

Literacy Lab in PS 315

Literacy Cart PS 315

Literacy Lab in PS 315

Literacy Cart PS 315

Literacy Lab in PS 315

Resolution A      logo

Resolution A (“Reso A”) projects are school-specific capital improvement or enhancement projects that are funded by individual grants from the New York City Council Members or the Borough Presidents. Mobile Science Labs that turn your classroom into a high-tech STEM learning environment qualify for Reso A funding.

A+ STEM Labs    logo

Hundreds of Mobile STEM Labs are used throughout the NYC Public Schools. In 2014 alone, 54 such labs were acquired through Reso A funding.

Let us help you with the application process. Use the short form on the right to get started.

Specifics regarding the application process for your Borough are provided below.

Max Scholar     logo

Maxscholar is a comprehensive, multi-sensory, phonics, reading and language-based program. In addition to general education, maxscholar is specifically designed to help students who have Dyslexia, learning disabilities, ADHD, processing problems, or who are struggling to learn to read.

Maxscholar programs are systematic, explicit, and multi-sensory. They are based on the research methods of the Orton-Gillingham approach, the Lindamood-Bell Process©, and other phonics and reading comprehension strategies. The programs are fully adaptable to students Pre-K through college.

Reading Plus      logo

Reading Plus is the leading national web-based silent reading intervention program that changes the way students read. It is aligned with the NYS common core standards and has helped thousands of elementary, middle and high school students reach grade level proficiency in reading.

Reading Plus assesses and differentiates students strengths and weaknesses. It assigns and dynamically adjusts training components to improve visual skills, vocabulary development, silent reading fluency and comprehension. The motivation to read is encouraged and supported through gaming features and first grade through college level text.

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Bronx

To be submitted to the Bronx Borough President and your City Council Representative.

For additional instructions, please click here.

* All requests for capital funding, which must include a letter addressed to the Borough President, must be mailed to the office.

Brooklyn

To be submitted to the Brooklyn Borough President and your City Council Representative.

For additional instructions, please click here.

* All requests for capital funding, which must include a letter addressed to the Borough President, must be mailed to the office.

Manhattan

To be submitted to the Manhattan Borough President and your City Council Representative.

For additional instructions, please click here.

* All requests for capital funding, which must include a letter addressed to the Borough President, must be mailed to the office.

Queens

To be submitted to the Queens Borough President and your City Council Representative.

For additional instructions, please click here.

* All requests for capital funding, which must include a letter addressed to the Borough President, must be mailed to the office.

Staten Island

To be submitted to the Staten Island Borough President and your City Council Representative.

For additional instructions, please click here.

* All requests for capital funding, which must include a letter addressed to the Borough President, must be mailed to the office.