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Claire McElroy

Many adults, even older adults, come in with a reading problem. Students at levels zero and one get very excited about what they are learning. It is almost like immediate gratification when they run the lessons. This is a skill builder, and if you did not learn it as a … read more ›

Brenda Maas

It is perfect for students who missed the basics. This could be students who were not in school or had marginal reading instruction, those who were not treated for ADHD during the crucial time block for learning reading basics, anxiety disorders, those with phonemic … read more ›

Daniel Millenson

After I convinced him to begin working with me after school almost daily for about thirty minutes using the Reading Horizons program, he grew two entire grade levels from late January through May. As he began to hear differences in short vowel sounds, his reading began to … read more ›

Michele Morgan

A girl came to me at 4.4 and tested at 7.1 today. We use STAR reading to evaluate there progress in RH, so we have independent verification of the progress our girls make with your program. I also have a basic non-read (1.1. grade level) who went up to 1.4 in just 1 month. read more ›

Lucy Morrison

The majority of my students are ESL students. They benefit greatly from the step-by-step approach Reading Horizons uses to introduce the students to the confusing rules of the English phonetic structures. The students also like the extensive practice provided in the Mastery, … read more ›

Jed Broberg

I personally use the Reading Library books that were sent to us by Reading Horizons that match the computer program’s library. They have been very helpful to my students in getting the practice they need for reading comprehension.   read more ›
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