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ReSource of the Day

This month's TeachersAndFamilies TogetheRead theme.


Support The Source
Donation Results

Support from individuals and organizations multiplies Source for Learning's educational impact every day.

,?? TeachersFirst.com has increased its offerings, now providing nearly 10,000 reviewed resources '?used by teachers around the world.

,?? In Arlington, VA, a specially selected group of home-based early childhood educators is using PreschoolFirst to improve their own teaching and offer a richer curriculum to the children in their charge.

,?? The channels of our Educational Broadband Service help provide wireless broadband to thousands of people every month.

,?? Each month, TeachersAndFamilies TogetheRead feature provides libraries and families with a thematic set of books - for both children and adults - that can help parents and their children read together.


Will You Consider The Source?

There are many ways to help support the mission of Source for Learning:

• Donations
Any amount is welcome. See what various levels of support can accomplish. Then donate online, or download a printable form you can mail with your donation.

• Underwriting / sponsorship
We offer many opportunities for underwriting and sponsorship--of complete services, components of services, and specific content. We will be glad to discuss these "win-win" possibilities with you; please call 703-860-9200.

• Partnerships
From joint ventures to helping us get the word out, Source for Learning can provide an innovative way for partners in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors to meet their goals while helping children learn. Our educational mission and our extensive reach with schools and families mean that partnering with Source for Learning can bring marketing benefits. To talk about the possibilities, please call 703-860-9200.

• Other support
Many kinds of help are welcome, including in-kind donations and professional services. Please call 703-860-9200 to discuss how you might help.



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