Educational Sessions!

I was contacted today to schedule another educational session for teachers. It reminds me how interested music teachers are to have music reading solutions for their students with learning differences, including dyslexia. The first printing of NoteSense is complete, although it suffered some damage in transit to Texas. I am in negotiation with the print company to get damaged items replaced, and they are eager to help me out. The first NoteSense kit was sold yesterday, and I am beginning to work on expansion materials for students who complete the basic kit. Expansion materials will be available for free for a period of time to parents or teachers who have purchased the NoteSense Music Reading Program!

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