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Letter from Parent
We All Can Read is a no-nonsense program that starts from the ground up, eliminates learning gaps, and does exactly what you need it to do. Annie Beth Brown Donahue / North Carolina
We’re only a fraction of the way through the program, but I’ve already seen great improvement in my children’s reading ability. I have multiple children using the program at different levels – some with learning disabilities and some without. I am excited to see how much they are going to progress this year. This program is unique in its approach and its affordability. The only school in the area that uses similar teaching methods costs over $20,000 a year to attend. Comparable tutoring in our area costs $60 an hour. I can get a month’s worth of tutoring through We All Can Read, for less than that. I’ve run the program by both a local Orton-Gillingham trained tutor as well as a speech and language pathologist that works with kids with dyslexia, and they both said it looked like a great, comprehensive program. The creator of the program is available for technical assistance, and is very helpful and personable. Many parents are opting for other online, subscription based reading programs that are mostly fluff and games. I’ve tried many of them. Despite the great reviews and the fun graphics, none of them yielded significant results, even with daily use. In contrast, We All Can Read is a no-nonsense program that starts from the ground up, eliminates learning gaps, and does exactly what you need it to do.