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  • 15% of children in U.S. schools are dyslexic.

    15% of children in U.S. schools are dyslexic.

  • GUI-based learning is transforming education.

    GUI-based learning is transforming education.

  • This study compares four reading programs.

    This study compares four reading programs.

Evaluating Four Alternatives

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    The primary learning program today, used by 95% of schools for the learning disabled throughout the United States.

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    Developing language processing by focusing on the underlying skills necessary for independence and self-correction.

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    Based on two premises: 1) symbol confusion is the primary culprit for children with learning disabilities; and 2) parents can materially assist these children in mastering this confusion.

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    Focuses on the mastery of abstract sight words via a mobile app coupled with the Discover Intensive Phonics program.

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Approximately 15% of children in the United States’ school system are dyslexic or experience so much difficulty learning to read that they are considered learning disabled with educational and occupational prospects that are much impaired. To grapple with this deficit and the growing public awareness of its societal costs, several programs have emerged in the marketplace for promoting the development of reading-related skills and capabilities of preadolescents with learning disabilities. These programs vary considerably, from mode of intervention to level of adult involvement to expense. Yet, to date, little is known about their relative effectiveness.

This study will compare the effectiveness of four programs in bringing the http://customessaywriter.co.uk/essay-writing-services/ reading-related skills of these children up to or beyond grade level by the end of 12 months.