Orlando, Fla. April 23, 2007--This year, Rosemont Elementary´s sixty struggling readers in the third, fourth and fifth grades have dramatically increased their reading fluency level by using the Soliloquy Reading Assistant, an interactive, speech-enabled educational software program. Diligent use of the program has lead to considerable improvements in their reading skills and comprehension abilities.

The students began using the program in October 2006 after they took the fall DIBELS assessment, a nationally recognized set of standardized, individually administered measures of early literacy development. The participating students tested out at the lowest level of literacy, defined as the Intensive level. In...

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