LearningRx Confirms Better Reading Fluency Results In Better Reading Comprehension

Colorado Springs, CO (PressExposure) November 17, 2006 -- Colorado Springs, Colorado – LearningRx has confirmed through careful and scientific research that better reading fluency results in a better comprehension of what is read. They have used this research to provide more quality programs to help students and everyday people become more fluent readers. By becoming more fluent readers these individuals will become better students or better professionals in the work place. Further information on a test and specialized program geared towards improving reading fluency can be found at http://www.learningrx.com.

A simple reading fluency test provided by LearningRx is a start to overcoming a lack of reading fluency. This test will help an individual pinpoint and understand the strengths and weaknesses on the reading fluency scale. LearningRx can put together a plan of action for helping to improve the reading fluency.

"We have documented research of students who have shown in improvement in reading fluency using our programs," says Dr. Ken Gibson, Founder and CEO of LearningRx. "We guarantee all of our programs because we know that they will work for anyone."

The plan of action for helping to improve reading fluency includes having a child receive professional feedback on their reading. This training process has proven to help improve reading fluency for a lifetime based on research conducted and published by the National Institute for Literacy.

Further information on LearningRx and how they assist children and adults with learning disabilities can be found on their website, http://www.learningrx.com. The website also offers a free self-screening test, and a way for website visitors to locate a LearningRx Training Center nearest them.


About LearningRx

LearningRx is a child and adult learning training center which provides cognitive skills testing to help individuals pinpoint the causes of their learning disabilities. To find a LearningRx testing center near you, or to take a free self-screening test visit www.learningrx.com.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 17, 2006 at 2:30 am
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