Case Studies

We’ve brought literacy to life for a huge range of people and businesses around the world, large and small.
Hear some of their stories, and discover what we’ve done for them.

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Council Bluffs Community School District

Texthelp’s Read&Write for Google enhances Council Bluffs Community School District’s learning experience by enabling all students – regardless of literacy level – to participate, collaborate and grow.

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A better experience for Happy to Translate website visitors

The decision to integrate Browsealoud into their site, has dramatically increased the accessibility of Happy to Translate’s online content to all visitors.

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Aidis Trust recommend Read&Write to people of all ages and requirements

The Aidis Trust is a charity providing free impartial advice and support, with the aim to empower disabled people across the UK to optimise their potential.

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At your service: Browsealoud helps Coventry City Council offer a friendly online experience

Coventry City Council serves 345,000 citizens in the West Midlands. Like other city councils, Coventry relies heavily on its main web site www.coventry.gov.uk and digital services.

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Barking Abbey School is a place where everyone gives and expects the best

The staff at Barking Abbey were finding that more and more students in Year 7 were leaving primary school still getting to grips with, and using phonics programmes so they went on the search for a tool that everyone in the school could benefit from.

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Better access to Croydon council services

Croydon is the largest - by population - and most diverse London borough, with over 370,000 citizens speaking more than 85 languages.

This rich diversity that makes Croydon the vibrant and dynamic place it is today.

 

 

 

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