NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2007--Soliloquy Learning, Inc., announced today that now over 100 New York City schools are using the Soliloquy Reading Assistant to improve student reading skills. Thousands of students in New York City´s Public, Catholic, Jewish, Lutheran and Islamic schools are using the reading program, which combines advanced speech recognition technology with scientifically-based interventions to help elementary and secondary students strengthen their reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension skills.

Students in New York City and across the U.S. use Soliloquy Reading Assistant by reading e-books into a computer using a standard headset and microphone. Through Soliloquy Reading...

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