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.
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.
The decision to integrate Browsealoud into their site, has dramatically increased the accessibility of Happy to Translate’s online content to all visitors.
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.
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.
Barking Abbey School purchased a Read&Write licence with home use and have found that it has had a really positive impact with a clear indication that it is helping students to improve their English grades.
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.