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Math grants for teachers are here! Get ready to take advantage of research-based edtech resources to unlock the doors to math achievement for your students.

Introduction to the ExploreLearning Math Grant Program

Extensive research shows that two of the biggest challenges in elementary math are math fact fluency and fractions. Those are also the strongest predictors of future mathematics achievement. That’s why our math solutions target those critical concepts with engaging edtech resources that engage and motivate students along the way.

The ExploreLearning Math Grant Program is open to elementary classroom educators (grades 2+ for Reflex; grades 3+ for Frax) who teach mathematics in the United States and English-language schools around the world. Selected teachers in grades 2-6 will receive free school-year access to Reflex or Frax to use in their classrooms.

Want to know more about how you can use exciting challenges and games to help your students build foundational math skills and the self-confidence to take on more complex topics? We have the answers!

Frequently asked questions about the ExploreLearning Math Grants

What are ExploreLearning Math Grants?

ExploreLearning Math Grants give outstanding teachers full access to our math fact fluency solution, Reflex, or our fractions solution, Frax, for the entire school year. That’s an $1,800+ value!

Who qualifies for a grant?

ExploreLearning Math Grants are open to elementary classroom educators (grades 2+ for Reflex; grades 3+ for Frax) who teach mathematics in the United States or English-language schools outside of the United States.

How do I apply?

Choose the product that best aligns with your classroom needs and submit your application—it only takes 15 minutes!

When is the application window?

Teachers located in the United States must apply between July 15, 2024, and November 24, 2024. Submit your application by September 27 for priority review! Please click here for international grant information if you teach outside of the United States. Miss the application window? Sign up for a notification of when the grant round opens again.

Can I get more than one grant?

The Grant Program is designed for teachers to gain access to ONE of our math solutions—Reflex or Frax. Do you have a special interest in receiving a grant for both? If so, have your principal contact us via our contact form.

  • Reflex Contact Form
  • Frax Contact Form
How many students can use the program?

An ExploreLearning Math Grant allows teachers to use Reflex or Frax with one classroom of students (up to a maximum of 40).

Can I still get a grant if I’ve received one before?

If you’ve received an ExploreLearning Math Grant in years past, you are still welcome to apply, though applicants with no previous Frax Grant or Reflex Grant experience will be given preference.

How many teachers can participate per school?

Up to two qualified educators per school may participate. For public schools, the limit is ten grantees per district.

Can I apply for a grant as a homeschool teacher?

Only classroom educators associated with a school district are eligible for ExploreLearning Math Grants at this time.

What grades is this grant for?

The ExploreLearning Math Grant Program is open to educators grades 2-6. Teachers grades 2+ are eligible for Reflex, while teachers grades 3+ are eligible for Frax.

I live internationally, can I apply?

Yes! If you teach at an English-language school outside of the United States, please submit an international application. International grant applications are open year-round.

Where can I find more information about the grant?

Find more information about ExploreLearning Math Grants here.

Is the grant for the school or for individual classrooms?

ExploreLearning Math Grants are available for individual classroom educators to use Reflex or Frax with one classroom of students (up to a maximum of 40). Up to two qualified educators per school may participate. For public schools, the limit is ten grantees per district.

Do you have any grants for Gizmos or Science4Us?

Due to the nature of these programs, we require 3 or more schools to be involved to be considered for a grant. If you’re interested, please have an administrator from your school contact us via the support form on the product’s website.

Will I hear a response either way, whether I'm accepted or not?

Though response times vary, we aim to communicate to each applicant whether or not they received a grant. We recommend checking your spam folder in case communications end up there!

How will I know my application has been received?

If your application was submitted successfully, you should have received a confirmation page outlining the next steps.


Start your journey to math achievement with ExploreLearning Math Grants

ExploreLearning Math Grants only happen once per year. Take advantage of full access to Reflex or Frax for the entire school year and unlock math success for your students. Apply today and beat the final deadline: Sunday, November 24, 2024.

Unlock math fact fluency!

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Unlock fractions knowledge!

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