Reading Horizons donated literacy materials to English Skills Learning Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, to help the center meet its goal to: "bring promise of integration, security and empowerment to adult immigrants and refugees.” - October 14, 2010
Distinguished researcher, Dr. Joseph Torgesen, will be presenting Reading Horizons upcoming webinar, titled: “Teaching All Students to Read: Is It Really Possible?” - September 16, 2010
On August 12, 2010 2:00 PM MST Reading Horizons is hosting a webinar presented by Randy Feldman, writer of the motion picture “The Reading Room.” Feldman will discuss his inspiration for the script & storytelling trends in popular entertainment. - July 21, 2010
The Library on the New Reading Horizons v5 Reading Program Presents 225 Reading Passages in 15 Different Genres to Help Students Improve Reading Comprehension Skills. - June 04, 2010
On Thursday, May 27th 2010, 2:00 PM MST, Reading Horizons will be hosting a webinar with ESL specialist, Heidi Hyte, discussing recent research on reading instruction on how it fits into Reading Horizons new v5 reading program. - May 27, 2010
Reading Horizons, “Lemons for Literacy” program is donating a reading program to its latest spotlight for its charitable online vocabulary game. - May 20, 2010
The release of Reading Horizons v5 reading program and the redesign of the Reading Horizons website have spurred the company’s first time offer of a 30-day free trial for the v5 reading program. - May 05, 2010
Reading Horizons v5 reading program helps struggling readers (ages 10 to adult) build a solid reading foundation. - April 14, 2010
The New Online Tour Provides an In-Depth Look at Reading Horizons Method, Products, and Implementation Strategies - March 17, 2010
Reading Horizons Updated Logo and Slogan Work to Better Emphasize the Mission and Vision of the Company. - March 10, 2010
Reading Horizons is awarding a free reading program to Adam of Indiana, its latest spotlight for the Lemons for Literacy donation program.
Adam is an 8 year old boy from Indiana who has struggled with reading due to his dyslexia. He was held back in first grade and is now in second grade struggling... - February 24, 2010
Reading Horizons at Home has redesigned the homepage of its Web site. The new homepage emphasizes how the Reading Horizons program can help dyslexics learn how to read. - February 17, 2010
Reading Horizons spent Groundhog Day raising money and putting together humanitarian kits as a company to send to Haiti.
Farah, a Reading Horizons employee from Haiti, has been working to test the Haitian-Creole software. It was devastating for Farah and the company to find out Farah’s mother... - February 11, 2010
Reading Horizons has partnered with two new distributors: the Learning System of Oklahoma and UMA Education Solutions of Georgia. Reading Horizons established these partnerships in January to better provide its materials for many of the schools in Southern states that are struggling with their reading... - February 10, 2010
Reading Horizons will be hosting a Webinar by education professional Elderine Wyrick on February 18, 2010, at 2:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time. The Webinar is free, and registration is open to anyone.
The subject of the Webinar is: “Teach the Students – Not Just the Curriculum.” To... - February 03, 2010
Reading Horizons is awarding a free software package to Cecily and Nicole of Pennsylvania, its latest spotlights for the Lemons for Literacy donation program.
Cecily, 17, and Nicole, 15, are sisters who struggle with learning disabilities and have not received the needed assistance from their school. - December 24, 2009
The Reading Horizons program has helped countless individuals obtain the skills they need to acquire and maintain a job.
Every day, Reading Horizons receives calls from individuals interested in its program in order to help them gain employment in this troubled economy. Every aspect of finding, acquiring,... - December 23, 2009
Reading Horizons is awarding a free software package to Michael of Dayton, Nevada, its latest spotlight for the Lemons for Literacy donation program.
Michael was selected as a Reading Horizons spotlight for Lemons for Literacy because of his need to improve his reading skills, which are hindered by... - December 16, 2009
Reading Horizons is awarding a free software package to Michael of Dayton, Nevada, its latest spotlight for the Lemons for Literacy donation program. - December 09, 2009
Reading Horizons At Home is offering a generous discount for Black Friday, November 27th. The company is offering free shipping and 20% off its Home Use products.
Reading Horizons at Home is a program that helps its users build foundational reading skills. The program is based on scientifically proven... - November 26, 2009
The Reading Horizons program has helped another parent, Tracy Keith, to find the solution for helping her son with his reading difficulties. This program’s success is founded on an Orton-Gillingham teaching method. The Orton-Gillingham approach to teaching reading is a language-based, multi-sensory,... - November 18, 2009
In response to current literacy struggles in the United States, Reading Horizons has created a Web page dedicated to providing free resources for parents and educators to assist them in their efforts to teach children and adults how to read.
According to the National Assessment of Adult Literacy, 14... - November 05, 2009
In order to assist the estimated 10 percent of the U.S. population struggles with Dyslexia, Reading Horizons has compiled a webpage dedicated to providing free resources and information to help those who are impacted by Dyslexia.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, projects that the number... - November 05, 2009
Reading Horizons has partnered with a new nonprofit company based Orem, Utah, the Superhero Training Center. The combined knowledge of these two parties creates an environment for struggling readers to obtain the skills necessary for successful reading and a successful future.
The Superhero Training... - November 05, 2009
Project Read, based in Provo, Utah, has been chosen by Reading Horizons as its featured site for donations. This selection was made based on the efforts Project Read has displayed to reach the 21,000 Utah County residents in need of literacy help.
Project Read is a nonprofit organization dedicated to... - October 14, 2009