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San Diego, CA, October 08, 2019 –(PR.com)– Learning the lyrics to the latest rap songs are a daily practice for many students. So why not use that learning to achieve good grades? That is the method behind the system offered by Rhymes With Reason.
Rhymes With Reason along with Chance The Rapper’s foundation Socialworks, have created The Chicago Learning Playlist. With the app, students will be able to achieve test prep vocabulary learning, lyrical reading comprehension and much more, all with the music from some of Chicago’s most dynamic artists. Socialworks funding will allow 1000 lucky students access The Chicago Learning Playlist for free.
The app will be available for free usage for 1000 students on October 9, 2019. Students & parents can register and claim a free spot now at: www.rhymeswithreason.com/socialworks
About Rhymes With Reason
Rhymes With Reason was created by 24 year old Austin Martin while attending school at Brown University. It is a web based program that teaches students words and other literacy development skills preparing them for standardized tests using music they already listen to. The app is now being used in classrooms across the country.
Learn more: https://rhymeswithreason.com/
**Interviews available with Austin Martin, CEO & Founder of Rhymes with Reason
Socialworks is the foundation created by Chance the Rapper to invest in and support Chicago public schools. It is designed to bring programs and materials to schools that have experienced decreased graduation rates, budget cuts and are without arts programs.