Washington, D.C., Feb. 27, 2007--Soliloquy Learning, Inc. released today new secondary content for the Soliloquy Reading Assistant, a computer-based reading program that combines advanced speech recognition technology with cognitive scientifically-based reading research to provide individualized reading support for elementary, secondary, and adult students. The new combination provides a powerful vehicle for pre-teen through adult students to become proficient readers.

"The Reading Assistant was originally designed to help elementary school children with their reading fluency," said Jon Bower, CEO of Soliloquy Learning. "The next logical step was to try to develop more advanced content for older students and adults so...

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