Online literacy software debuts

With fewer teachers and resources available to help students learn basic skills like literacy, many are looking for alternative and supplemental ways to help position their students for success.
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With fewer teachers and resources available to help students learn basic skills like literacy, many are looking for alternative and supplemental ways to help position their students for success.

More than 5,000 schools nationwide are using ClickN KIDS’ online interactive products to help students learn literacy skills. The company’s programs for phonics and spelling are developed by research professor Dr. J. Ron Nelson, and the curriculums are based on the National Reading Panel’s effective reading instruction as well as the research on Copy, Cover, Compare spelling instructional practice. This month, the company will introduce a new addition, with the launch of www.looneytunesphonics.com.

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