eReflect Presents US Education Officials with a Challenge – To Improve Reading Levels Using Latest Technology

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With the news this week that US Student reading levels are less than half of what they should be, one self-improvement software developer challenges US Officials to improve the statistics by utilizing the latest technology.

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Latest revelations pertaining to the reading levels of U.S students has prompted one software developer to take action. eReflect produces self-improvement software packages and now calls on the US Government to start utilizing technology in the hope it leads to a brighter literary future.

In fact, according to the Huffington Post, the majority of students in the 12th grade are only reading books suitable for 5th graders.

As Marc Slater, Managing Director of eReflect says, something has to be done:

“It appears that students are opting to read books that are only suitable for those half their age” he says.

Continuing, “However, it’s obvious that young people spend lots of time at a computer. So, what we are doing is calling on the US Government to utilize their use of modern technology and use it to improve reading levels.”

It just so happens that eReflect has the perfect tools the US Government need.

Having produced one of the world’s most advanced pieces of speed reading software, eReflect called upon scientific experts to allow them to market the package as a tangible tool for improving reading levels.

The level of detail that went into the product’s development actually allows eReflect to give an iron-clad guarantee that those using the software will see their reading speeds improve three-fold, along with improved memory and comprehension.

“We’re not giving this challenge to actively sell our software, but to instead show the US Government that a tool does exist, and it could be the cure to the rather embarrassing reading statistics that the Huffington Post published last week” Slater adds.

The online newspaper published the data following a report from Renaissance Learning, Inc – amalgamating data from 2.6 million students across 24,465 schools in the United States.

While the numbers are less than ideal, Slater concludes that there is still hope:

“All is certainly not lost, and it isn’t the fault of students. It’s time the authorities put the challenge on themselves to take positive action. It’s easier said than done, of course. However, the tools are out there if only the inspiration to utilize them is also put in place” he says.

More information about eReflects speed reading software can be found at:

About eReflect

eReflect is a world leader in self-improvement software, with products currently being used by tens of thousands of people in over 110 countries.

When Ultimate Vocabulary was released in 2006, it quickly became the most sought after and awarded vocabulary software available. Since then eReflect has released a number of highly successful and popular products in the speed reading, spelling, and memory improvement markets.

eReflect prides itself on creating the best products available. Each eReflect product represents the painstaking work of top content experts, engineers, academic studies, and customer research. All products are backed with a famous 365 day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee.

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