New Ways to Save on Sube's Elementary Spanish Curriculum in a Troubled Economy

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Teachers and schools feel the pinch as they try to teach children Spanish on limited budgets. Sube is doing its part to make their lives easier amid tough economic conditions by offering reduced pricing, free shipping and an affordable digital format of its proven Spanish curriculum.

As economic conditions continue to put the squeeze on education, elementary teachers and schools are concerned about having the resources to effectively teach their students. Now Sube (, the curriculum for teaching children Spanish through art, music and games, is providing schools with new ways to save on its proven system.

Sube is now offering reduced pricing for online orders from, free shipping for U.S. customers, and an economical digital version of its curriculum. These incentives are designed to make life a little easier for cash-strapped educators who value foreign language education.

"Schools are facing intense financial pressure, but that doesn't change the need to educate our children," said Agnes Chavez, founder of Sube. "Foreign language education is too important to fall by the wayside, and we need to do our part to make it possible."

By purchasing Sube online, educators receive a discount that amounts to more than ten percent off regular pricing if payment is made with a credit card, or if paid with purchase orders within 7 days ( Free shipping is available for orders in the continental U.S., and reduced shipping is available for Alaska Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Regular shipping rates apply for orders outside the U.S.

Digital Sube includes all the lessons, activities and components of regular Sube, with the exception of the Accountability Pack. The components are provided as electronic files which teachers can copy and assemble themselves. At about one-third the cost of regular Sube, parents and after-school language programs also find this an attractive option. Details at

"With Digital Sube you get the same multi-sensory curriculum that's used in hundreds of schools at a very appealing price," noted Chavez. "It's part of our effort to make Sube available to the widest possible audience."

More information is available on the Sube products page:

About Sube, Inc.

Based in Taos, N.M., Sube Inc. ( was founded in 1996 by Agnes Chavez to create innovative and effective ways to teach language and cultural diversity in schools, communities and homes. The name Sube, which means "to go up" in Spanish, is a reflection of her desire to elevate children's knowledge to prepare them for future success.

Today, the company produces a line of multimedia products that empower teachers and parents to teach Spanish or English as a second language by incorporating research-based teaching methods into art, music and games. The company's vision is predicated on the belief that learning more than one language gives children a global awareness crucial to their success in the world today.


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