93 Result(s)

Patti Groce

Micki is making wonderful progress using the Reading Horizons program. She loves the vocabulary portion of the system because she is rebuilding the vocabulary she has lost due to MS. As Micki progresses through the program she is beginning to remember some of the phonics … read more ›

Brian Brown

The strength of Reading Horizons program is that it empowers people to read. It gives them the skills and confidence through successfully completing reading lessons. I have seen students' eyes light up knowing that this program has given them the tools to be a better reader. … read more ›

Carol Valentine

I like Reading Horizons very much, and saw impressive gains from my students in only 5 weeks. My students (a fragile group by any standards) were totally engaged, and really motivated by the immediate feedback of having mastered a lesson, and being able to track their … read more ›

Martha Barrett

We are using the Reading Horizons program with our Zambian adult women. Although it's a slow process, they are learning. Some of these women have never been to school so you can imagine the difficulties they have.  Yet they are willing and eager to learn to read … read more ›

Miriam Lungu

I didn't know anything.  Now I can read, write, speak and understand English well. One day my grade 7 daughter came from school with a letter from school. She gave it to me and I started reading it to her. She was very happy. Then she started encouraging me to continue … read more ›

Tina Peters

I came to Canada on May 24, 2007. I am a single mom with three children, and my uncle met us at the airport in Edmonton. In September, the children started elementary school, and I started attending the ESL program at Northern Lakes College in La Crete. In the Reading … read more ›
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