Program uses technology to boost student interest in reading

08/28/2009 | T.H.E. Journal

A technology-facilitated reading program has had success boosting reading achievement for special-education students and poor readers in a pilot program at a Tennessee school. Successful Reader, a program developed by Wisconsin-based Renaissance Learning, includes curriculum for an audio-book club and student-assessment tools.

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