SCHOOLMUNICATION ASSISTS K - 12 SCHOOLS
Schoolmunication produces media and secures funding for Elementary, Jr. High, and High School
In fall of 2009 3.9 million children attended primary school in The United States. "According to data from The National Assessment of Educational Progress, the average grade 4 reading score in 2013 was not measurably different than it was in 2011"
With the interactive hardware that Schoolmunication provides in academic institutions, students read more often. Our strategy promotes word association with already familiar fun information students are anxious to learn about.
Middle School is often a tough transition for children. Tweens in Jr. High often battle with issues of self esteem, academic pressure, temptation, and fear of rejection. With respect to middle school literacy, Greatschools.org reports "...there is not a focus on closing that literacy gap or accelerating literacy skills".
Schoolmunication provides inspiration for children facing this transition to let them know there is a light at the end of the tunnel. All while strengthening their foundation of knowledge.
With the intriguing displays and academic fun facts Schoolmunication makes available to highschool students, not only does our strategy help develop reading skills, but also offers interesting content that helps sharpen the minds of these future contributors to society.