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Help! My Child Can’t Read! Most Children Who Struggle in Reading Do Not Have Dyslexia.

March23

Does your child struggle to read? Can your child read words in an unfamiliar book? Does your child dry when asked to read? Do you feel like you are the only person who thinks there is a problem? Are you stressed out after talking to the teacher?

U.S. Literacy – So Many in the United States Cannot Read. There is a Solution!

November11

For $9.97 you can learn to read every word on every page. In contrast to popular belief, the failure of so many of our children to learn to read is not concentrated among particular types of schools or among specific groups of students. Rather, students who have difficulty reading represent a virtual cross-section of American children. They include rich and poor, male and female, rural and urban, and public and private school children in all sections of our country. The latest NAEP assessment scores confirm to us that the failure of a great number of our children to learn to read during their first three years of school has become a grave, national problem—one that confronts every parent in every community in our country. A common stumbling block for all of these non-readers is this basic truth: They did not acquire the ability to recognize what reading experts call phonemes.

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