The Reading Assistant Manager, a new network-based software program from literacy software company Soliloquy Learning, works with children individually at their own pace to improve their reading skills. With this new software, students in grades one to six will get more practice reading aloud through Soliloquy's proprietary Speech Recognition/Reading Verification technology. The program listens to students as they read, providing intervention as needed, and then reports the results to the teacher. The company says its speech recognition is extremely accurate and can be matched only by human reading assistants and teachers. Included with the software is a set of earphones...

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