Dyslexic Einstein Tutoring, LLC is a proud partner with Step Up For Students.
What is it?
Reading Scholarships are worth $500 each and can be used for tuition reimbursement:
8 FREE tutoring sessions!
Tuition and fees for part-time tutoring provided by a person who holds a valid Florida educator’s certificate, a baccalaureate or graduate degree in the subject, an adjunct teaching certificate, or has demonstrated mastery of the subject area knowledge.
Who is Eligible?
In order to be eligible for a Reading Scholarship Account your child must meet the following requirements:
• Currently enrolled in a Florida public school in third, fourth or fifth grade for the 2020-21 school year, and
• Scored a performance level 1 or 2 on the English Language Arts (ELA) test in the 2018-19 school year, or
• Enrolled in one of Florida’s 300 Lowest Performing Elementary Schools in 2018-19, or
• Enrolled in one of Florida’s elementary schools that earned a D or F school grade in 2018-19, or
• Identified in the 2019-20 school year as having substantial deficiency in reading based on their most recent available screening and progress monitoring assessment.
How do I apply?
Please click here to learn more and submit your application to Step Up For Students. (
Please note: To complete the Reading Scholarship application, parents will need either the Reading Scholarship Accounts Program Eligibility Notification Form or the Spring 2019 Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) report.
Eligibility Notification Form: You may ask your child’s school for this form. The form must be completed by the principal or his/her designee. Failure to provide the student’s full FLEID number and/or the fully completed form will result in your application being incomplete and you needing to apply again once you have these items. Click here to see a sample of this notification form.
Spring 2019 FSA assessment: If your student is new to the Reading Scholarship and you do not have a copy of your child’s 2018-19 score report, please contact the Assessment Coordinator in your school district office, or your local public school or via their online system before beginning the online application. Click here to see a sample of this score report.