2nd grade personalized learning

| April 1, 2019

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St. Albert the Great is a Catholic Elementary school that rests on a 9-acre campus with the St. Albert the Great Parish in Burbank, Illinois. Founded in 1953, St. Albert the Great has a longstanding tradition of academic excellence.

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HOMER is the child-centered learning brand that builds personalized learning experiences for kids that combine skills and passions to help build confidence, mastery and a love of learning. Whether we’re designing a game to teach letter sounds or animating a beloved fairytale to bring reading comprehension to life, we craft products that support children - and parents - on the profoundly personal journey to reading. We reject a one-size-fits-all approach to learning. Instead, we tap into a child’s unique passions, teaching them the skills they need to be confident readers who love to learn.

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