Daphne, Ala. May 9, 2007--The entire student body at Daphne Elementary School South is using Soliloquy Reading Assistant, an interactive, speech-enabled educational software program, to develop their reading fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. The 322 students working with the program include mainstream and remedial readers, as well as English Language Learners (ELL), and Special Education students.

School-wide usage of Soliloquy Reading Assistant began in September of the 2006-7 school year after success with special education students the previous year. Kathy Smith, a Special Education Teacher, who encouraged Daphne to adopt the program, said, "One of my students began the year reading between...

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