Children are overcoming their problems with Dyslexia by using reading intervention program, MaxScholar, which will be featured on NBC Channel 6 South Florida, on August 23rd at 11 PM EST.
Los Angeles, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/19/2015 -- A leading education company that helps children improve their reading and language skills is to be featured on NBC Channel 6 South Florida. Maxscholar, which is a comprehensive, multi-sensory, reading and language-based program, has helped thousands of children around the world improve their reading skills and performance scores.
Maxscholar, who has been recognized by teachers and parents for helping to improve educational standards with children, will be featured on the show on August 23rd at 11 PM EST. The show will be looking at how their reading intervention program helps children overcome Dyslexia.
Dyslexia is a serious problem for adults and children, but for a child it can reduce their learning capacity and reduce the grades they achieve. It is a common learning difficulty that affects up to 15% of the U.S. popular, which can cause children problems when it comes to reading, writing, and spelling. Now, thanks to the reading intervention program, MaxScholar, children can overcome Dyslexia and achieve higher grades.
The reading program is aimed at students from 4 to 16 years of age and provides students with real results in achieving higher grades. Due to the success of the program and all the children it has helped, NBC has decided to feature the program where a wider audience will learn how powerful the program is.
The Maxscholar program has received positive reviews from educational experts including: Dr. Deborah Levy, National Expert on Teaching Reading and Teacher Trainer, who said: MaxScholar is the most effective reading software I have ever experienced. It is research-based and follows the five pillars of reading from the National Reading Panel. The strategies are taught in an interactive and multi-sensory way that students love, which helps them scaffold up their reading levels in a short period. I highly recommend MaxScholar for all students."
James Beasley Jr, Curriculum Implementation Specialist, said about the Maxscholar program, "MaxScholar is a tremendous tool for engaging scholars in reading. The multi sensory leveled learning approach breaks down the reading process to the fundamental elements that allows for better comprehension and de-mystifies the process of reading decoding. The interactive design of MaxScholar provides immediate feedback and the contemporary content encourages more time on a task that results in rapid growth."
The MaxScholar program is currently available to try for free and can be accessed through mobile devices.
To learn more about the MaxScholar program, please visit http://maxscholar.com/
MaxScholar is the best educational software for parents and educators looking to find reading solutions for their children.
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