The Reading Horizons program is based on the Discover Intensive Phonics for Yourself method. This online system uses multi-sensory, Orton-Gillingham principles of instruction and appeals to students’ individual learning styles—visual, auditory, tactile, or kinesthetic.
Reading Horizons software programs, along with their corresponding direct instruction materials, have taught reading strategies to hundreds of thousands of adults, youth, and children. For over 30 years, Reading Horizons has proven to be an effective program for students of all ages and abilities.
In order to implement an effective reading program, you need the funding. We are committed to helping you find the latest grant opportunities, tips, and trends.
Here are several lists that you can use as you search for the right grants for your needs. These are for national grants, but there are likely regional or state-specific grants that you can also research on our website.
Grants by State
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In addition to having access to the grant database, you'll also have many resources you need to increase your chances for qualifying for these funds. Additional questions? Contact our Grant Expert, Alisha Thomas. She’s standing by to provide you with information and recommendations. Call Alisha at 1-800-333-0054, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Browse our listings to find current funding options and don’t forget to check back often because we update this site regularly.
Writing a Successful Grant
We realize that grants can sometimes be overwhelming to write, but help is available. We have access to a grant writer who can give you pointers and can even be contracted to help write grants. Identify a grant you would like to apply for and then contact Alisha so we can get you in touch with our grant writer. Here are some sample grants that our grant writer has completed for us. Click on the links below to see other tips on writing grants.