Fast ForWord® Success
Fast ForWord reading intervention software for children is getting rave reviews from teachers, parents and students. The unprecedented reading achievement results ultimately lead to higher levels of self-esteem and lower levels of frustration. This often translates to more engaged students and less disruptive behavior in the classroom. Particularly useful for school districts with significant At-Risk, ELL, and Special Education populations, the success of the Fast ForWord reading intervention software in the classroom is a direct result of extensive and ongoing commitment to high-quality, scientific research.
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Real Life Story
From 2nd grade reading level to LSU scholarship
"Within weeks, Kenny began to see a change in his ability to focus. Over time, his reading comprehension improved dramatically and that's helped him in all subjects, and he has the GPA and ACT scores required for enrollment into a four-year university."
The end of low performing schools
Previously a low performing district, in 2008 St. Mary Parish School District exceeded the state average for the percentage of fourth graders reading at or above the basic reading level for the first time in a decade.
The success of Fast ForWord® reading intervention software for children in the classroom is a direct result of extensive and ongoing commitment to high-quality, scientific research.
Nothing in our reading intervention software for children is based on trial and error, or theories on what we think will work.
Our products, and the significant literacy results they’ve achieved for students and schools alike, reflect only what has systematically been proven to work in classrooms around the world.
We have compiled one of the largest databases of measured user results in education today, including skills tested with specific student populations from different regions of the country and abroad. View results
First we find out what works.
Foundational research uncovers how and why learning takes place among students of differing ages, abilities, socioeconomic conditions, and cultural backgrounds.
Foundational research studies strictly adhere to experimental methods and carefully controlled study designs to determine causal relationships between theories of learning and student outcomes. They take place in a strictly controlled learning environment or laboratory setting.
The quantity of foundational research on how Fast ForWord reading intervention software for children positively impacts the brain during the learning process is significant: Fast ForWord products are mentioned in over 4,000 foundational research studies. The raw data used from these studies is a crucial first step in developing effective, evidence-based reading intervention.View research studies