All students deserve an equal education, but sometimes language barriers or learning disabilities leave some students lagging behind and struggling to understand words or concepts.
Fortunately, technology can help level the reading comprehension playing field. Innovative new advances give students tools such as reading pens with built-in dictionaries, translators, and pronunciation applications to help them read on the fly—and reading software that has a built-in assessment component lets educators track student progress and adjust their instruction accordingly. In short, there are many options to help turn struggling students into competent and confident readers.
With the generous support of WizCom Technologies, we’ve compiled this collection of stories from our archives to help you and your staff identify the reading solutions that are best for you and your students.
- Top trends: Improve graduation rates and retention - August 8, 2019
- Learn how this university adopted a successful data-driven strategy for inclusive learning - June 17, 2019
- Stunning: 56 percent of institutions will struggle to meet recruitment targets due to visa, travel restrictions - September 29, 2017