Soliloquy Learning, a new K-12 company that aims to help young students learn to read, has introduced its flagship product, the Soliloquy Reading Assistant. According to the company, this software advances reading fluency and comprehension of young readers using speech-recognition technology to provide immediate feedback to students as they practice oral reading.

Aimed at grades two to five, the software allows students to choose fiction or nonfiction passages from magazines such as Cricket, Spider, Click, and Ladybug. Students can choose to listen to a model of fluent reading or begin reading independently. If they get stuck on a word, they...

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