Who Is a Learning Hero?

Every Parent.

You’ve got what it takes — you know your child best. But even superheroes need a team. We’re here to help you support your child's grade-level progress and well-being.

Every Parent.

Readiness Roadmap

From math to reading to life skills, the Readiness Roadmap has videos, tips, activities and more to help you know what’s
expected in each grade.

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*Learning Heroes 2022 National Survey of Parents, Teachers, and Principals

**NAEP, THE NATION’S REPORT CARD 2022

Do you know if your child is on grade level?

9 in 10 parents believe their child is at or above grade level in math and reading.*

Yet, what percentage of 8th graders nationally are at grade level in math?**

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Unlocking the "How": Designing Family Engagement Strategies That Lead to School Success

Our new report offers schools and districts a set of concrete recommendations for designing family engagement strategies that impact student learning and well-being. It is based on six years of our surveys with families and educators, well-established research on effective practice, and case studies from schools and districts across the country.


Talking to Children about Racism and Justice Be A Learning Hero

This guide helps you to have open, honest, and positive conversations with your child about race, social justice and anti-racism. Find helpful and age-based tips and resources here.

Be A Learning Hero
Be A Learning Hero

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