118 Result(s)

Gracie Grimes

I use this program with all (of) my students, even those who spell, write, and read well. We do it as an entire class. This is an effort to erase any stigma for those who need the review or who never were able to pick up the benefits of phonics. The ESL students can benefit … read more ›

Ian Francis

The Reading Horizons program has also helped my reading and my pronouncing words correctly a lot. Now I feel that I can help my father, who is also dyslexic and a diabetic person, by reading his letters and filling (out) forms, etc. He depends totally on me, and I am happy … read more ›

Jaime Alvarado

Knowing how to read at a 5th-grade level and spell at an even lower level made me self-conscious. After spending 19 hours on this program, I have improved my reading to almost a ninth-grade level. The post-evaluation report stated that there was a change of three years … read more ›

Carol Wilber

From my past research, most phonics programs were strictly geared for elementary students and were humiliating to an adult. Finally, I found one that seemed to do the job without the embarrassment that most adults entail when admitting to illiteracy. I discovered that it … read more ›

Eden Shirk

Reading Horizons is creating a difference in the lives of students which makes this program priceless.  A student born premature and weighing 2 lbs struggles both visually and cognitively.  Yet, he understands Reading Horizons.  The student is now able to … read more ›

Nadia Kohistani

I moved here from Afghanistan, and I am now 41. I went from not being able to speak, write, or communicate, to being able to communicate freely in just a few months! I thought I would never learn English at my age, but Reading Horizons made it easy and efficient to learn … read more ›

Patricia K. Hodge

Not only has Reading Horizons helped Mrs. Lewis learn to read, it has also given her self-confidence. She takes pride in the fact that she is reading words at home. Reading Horizons has certainly made a significant difference in this student's life. And, for me, watching … read more ›
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