Reading Horizons Donates 120 Software Subscriptions to Struggling Students

In connection to a parent seminar hosted by the RISE Institute for Literacy, Reading Horizons donated 120 software subscriptions to parents to use to help their struggling readers over the summer.

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Reading Horizons Software for Struggling Readers

I heard so many attendees say that they wished they had learned the concepts that were presented sooner and how great it felt to learn that they were not alone in the problems that they faced with their child.

North Salt Lake, UT (PRWEB) July 09, 2014

On June 2nd, 2014, the non-profit organization, RISE hosted a seminar to empower parents with strategies for helping struggling readers. Following the presentation, Reading Horizons donated 120 student software subscriptions among the 70 parents in attendance.

Reading Horizons Company President and Board Member of RISE, Tyson Smith said, “The mission of The Rise Institute for Literacy really amounts to improving literacy for everyone that needs it. The parent meeting that was held in Clearfield, Utah provided a wonderful opportunity to reach parents of struggling readers in a powerful way. I heard so many attendees say that they wished they had learned the concepts that were presented sooner and how great it felt to learn that they were not alone in the problems that they faced with their child.”

In response to a survey asking what their favorite part of the seminar was, here's what parents had to say:

“The idea that my child is intelligent but wired differently and there is a way to help him.”

“To know that my daughter isn’t the only one who guesses and such in her reading. Thank you!”

“I finally understand what is wrong and how to fix the problem.”

About Reading Horizons:

Founded in 1984, Reading Horizons provides teacher training, teacher’s manuals, and interactive software that empower teachers to effectively teach beginning readers, struggling readers, and English Language Learners. By learning the core of the Reading Horizons framework (The 42 Sounds of the Alphabet, Five Phonetic Skills, and Two Decoding Skills), students have all of the skills they need to read the vast majority of words in the English language. The Reading Horizons program is currently offered in over 10,000 schools across the country. Follow Reading Horizons at http://www.readinghorizons.com.


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