‘Rhymes with Reason’ App Changing How Black Students Learn

 Rhymes with Reason, is passionate about helping Black students gain literacy.   
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In 2019, many Black students scored at or below reading proficiency. This is why Austin Martin, founder of Rhymes with Reason, is passionate about helping Black students gain literacy. 
 
Rhymes with Reason uses lyrics from popular songs to help students increase their vocabulary and improve their comprehension.
 
The web-based app offers individual child and family e-learning subscriptions for use at home, to solutions for classrooms, schools, and youth organizations.
 
Sign-up for Rhymes with Reason and support a child's literacy.
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