“The best solution to the problem of reading failure is to allocate resources for early identification and prevention.” J.K. Torgeson, 2000
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In his own words, hear how Bradford’s life was changed after being tutored by a Slingerland trained tutor
“After years of no progress with only regular school instruction, my high school age son’s reading level went from 2nd grade to 8th grade level in 6 months, after working with a Slingerland trained tutor. Thank you Slingerland!”…Washington State Parent
A knowledgeable and proactive parent is often the critical factor responsible for transforming an unhappy, struggling student into a happy proficient one.
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