The Grant Program provides full use of Reflex, an online game-based system that enables students of all abilities to develop instant recall of math facts, for one classroom of students.

What is Reflex?

Reflex is an adaptive, individualized math fact fluency system that’s helping students across the U.S., Canada, and the world are make tremendous gains with their math facts. Their success is enabling them to tackle higher math concepts with confidence.

Who can apply?

The program is open to elementary and middle school classroom educators (grades 2-8) who teach mathematics in the U.S., Canada, and English-language schools in other countries.

How many students can use the program?

The grant allows teachers to use Reflex with one classroom of students (up to maximum of 35).

How many teachers can participate?

Up to two qualified educators per school may participate. For public schools, there is also a limit of 10 grantees per district. Please note that educators may only be awarded a grant for a single 12-month period.

Reflex Awards

Here's what your fellow educators are saying...

"Reflex far surpasses any fluency program I’ve tried, and I’ve been teaching almost 30 years. I am watching students who have struggled in the past start to like math because of Reflex. As a group we started at 36% fluency and are now at 80%."

3rd/4th Grade Teacher
Alameda Unified School District, CA

"Through the grant, I was able to show significant growth in math fluency. Students are more confident and love practicing their facts with Reflex. MAP results grew around 10 to 14 points so far this year."

Mauston School District, WI