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Reading assistant with text leveling, study tools, and translation.

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Word prediction, speech recognition, and language support.

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uPAR™

Data to show how students read best.

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Automated Quiz Creator for Google Forms.

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Readtopia®

Reading Curriculum for Special Ed

Opening experiential learning to everyone.

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First Author™

Writing Curriculum for Special Ed

Building communication through writing.

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Dyslexia was in focus even before eLearning, but now with an ever-changing reading-intensive environment, finding ways has never been more important. Find out what works from two successful people with dyslexia. Don Johnston went from class trouble-maker to CEO. Ptahra Jeppe went from graduate non-hopeful to Syracuse University Law School Graduate with Honors in 2020. She recently passed the New York State Bar examination. In this webinar, Don and Ptahra share: What it takes to live, learn, and succeed with dyslexia How school districts can create an environment that works for students with dyslexia Current dyslexia laws and how they may change Ways eLearning impacts students with dyslexia

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