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Literacy Program Tops 1 Million Students

Capstone Digital’s myON reader has surpassed 1 million students 18 months after the literacy platform launched.
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Capstone Digital’s myON reader has surpassed 1 million students 18 months after the literacy platform launched. 

The personalized literacy environment provides access to an integrated library of enhanced digital books with reading supports such as an embedded dictionary, highlighting and audio.

To further support year-round reading, Capstone Digital is sponsoring the 2012 Summer Reading Olympics. More than 500,000 students are participating in this year’s program, which will award prizes to the top summer readers, in addition to the school with the highest participation rate.

For more information, visit www.thefutureinreading.com.

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