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Houston, we have a problem.

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ILLITERACY

2 million

of the Houston metro-area population are estimated to be functionally illiterate.

1.7 million

of the functionally illiterate are estimated to have a type of dyslexia.

1 million

are undiagnosed and cannot afford needed intervention learning services.

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*Sources: PEW, 2018 | US Census, 2019 | Yale Dyslexia Center, 2021 | Barbara Bush Foundation, 2018

Giving Back Through Dynamic Learners

We have always been committed to finding ways to give back to the community.  We know that not all students in the Houston area have the same opportunities--we believe it is up to us to help underserved populations receive needed learning services to empower their future.  We are at the forefront of helping those most at risk.

Consistent with the vision of our co-founders, no student is denied services based on religion, race, or ability to pay.  To remove financial barriers, we established--at no cost to you--the need-based 

Literacy Opportunity Scholarship.  When you become our student, we give back.

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GIVE THE GIFT OF READING AND MATH LITERACY.

HELP REMOVE FINANCIAL BARRIERS.

 

Literacy Opportunity Scholarship

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What We Do 

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Our mission is to close the learning gap for you and your community by providing high-quality personalized diagnostic and intervention learning services.

Your donation to the need-based Literacy Opportunity Scholarship will help provide children and adults with Dynamic Learners' literacy programs.

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Tutoring

Diagnostic & Intervention

Homeschooling

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You can give a gift that changes lives.​​​

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No child should grow up without reading and math literacy.

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