Supporting students in the classroom

Just 34% of 8th grade students in the US are reading at a proficient level (source: The Nation's Report Card), while a quarter of all school students are reading below grade level.

Our award-winning family of assistive technology solutions gives school students extra confidence and support with their reading, writing, oral reading fluency and general literacy.

Relied on daily by millions in class, at home and during exams, our support software makes the web and documents more accessible for struggling readers, individuals with dyslexia and other learning difficulties. It's also great for ELL/ESL students whose first language isn't English.

Available Product
  • Read&Write
  • Equatio
  • Fluency Tutor
  • WriQ
  • Speechstream

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Supporting students during assessment

Our software provides extra help for school students of all ages with disabilities to attain literacy goals set out in their IEP (Individualized Education Program). Every student learns differently. That's why our easy-to-use assistive technologies are accessible across a wide range of platforms and devices - including PCs, Macs, Chromebooks and tablets - to suit students' personal study needs and lifestyles.

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Read&Write: boosting confidence and achievement in the workplace .

Our Read&Write family of literacy software makes the web, documents and files more accessible - any time, any place, and on any platform or device.

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Fluency Tutor for Google

The reading assessment tool that helps busy teachers support struggling or reluctant readers & English Language Learners.

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what our customers say...

Edmonton Public Schools

For us, Texthelp’s Read&Write for Google Chrome is a UDL tool. We have changed the conversation from inclusive learning with a few kids to working with 100,000 users. Read&Write is not just for special education children, it is for all students.

Will Rice, Educational Technology Planning, Edmonton Public Schools
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