Case Studies

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St. Charles Community Unit School District (CUSD) 303

A long-standing user of Read&Write for Windows, CUSD 303 has switched enthusiastically to Read&Write for Google Chrome – the friendly toolbar from Texthelp that assists students with their reading, writing, studying and research.

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Stephenson College implements Read&Write software to provide independent learning for all students

Stephenson College is renowned for excellence and innovation in learning and has trained thousands of people to get the qualifications they need to get a better job or seek promotion at work.

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Striving to increase accessibility to all families

Markham Stouffville Hospital's website is now equipped with user-friendly speech, reading and translation tools therefore making it more accessible to a wider audience.

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Supporting dyslexic staff and creating a more inclusive workplace

Staffordshire FRS provides fire and rescue services to the county of Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent, employing approximately 1,050 people across 33 community fire stations across the region. As one of the leading fire services in the UK, Staffordshire FRS is helping make the county a safer place to work, live and visit. 

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Supporting the day-to-day literacy needs of all staff

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust comprises two of London’s largest and best-known teaching hospitals – Guy’s Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital. A diverse workforce totalling 13,500 clinical, administrative and ancillary staff is spread across multiple sites. 

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The Academy, Selsey use Read&Write to significantly improve exam performance

The school introduced Read&Write to allow students to work independently both in class and during exams. This resulted in a significant change in engagement levels amongst students who had previously refused help from a human reader. 

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