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With a free trial from Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL), educators looking for a different intervention approach can now provide struggling readers and English language learners (ELLs) with a proven, neuroscience-based program to help them catch up, once and for all. Beginning this month, Scientific Learning is offering K-12 public, private, and charter schools a free, two-month trial of the new Fast ForWord® program, including Fast ForWord Foundations I and the newly released Fast ForWord Foundations II program.
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) emphasizes the use of evidence-based interventions to help schools improve outcomes for English language learners (ELLs), students who are economically disadvantaged, and those with disabilities. To provide schools with an evidence-based intervention that targets the root causes of language and reading struggles across diverse subgroups, Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL) announces the release of the Fast ForWord® Foundations I program.
Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL), a leading SaaS service provider that delivers neuroscience-based educational technologies, today announced that it has released its unaudited financial results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2018. Concurrently, the company announced that Jeffrey D. Thomas has assumed the role of CEO replacing Robert Bowen, who will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Thomas was named co-CEO in February after serving as the board’s Lead Independent Director.
After helping more than 2.8 million learners worldwide, Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL) is strategically enhancing its flagship product, the neuroscience-based Fast ForWord® program, to make it more adaptive, engaging, motivating, and easier to implement. Following on the heels of the release of the Reading Assistant Plus online guided reading tool, the next step in the upgrade will be the release of the Fast ForWord Foundations program this August. Developed for K-5 students, it will feature major enhancements that deliver more personalized interventions and faster results for the nation’s most vulnerable students.
In Wisconsin, “Closing Gaps” is a Priority Area on district and school report cards, and as a result is a focus for educators statewide. To target the root causes of reading difficulties and close achievement gaps, a growing number of Wisconsin districts and CESAs are implementing the neuroscience-based Fast ForWord® program from Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL). Among the most recent to launch or expand their Fast ForWord implementations are CESA 3, Green Bay Area Public School District, Turtle Lake School District, and Wautoma Area School District.
For many students who struggle to read, the key to success lies not in more effort or practice with conventional intervention programs, but rather in remediating the underlying weaknesses that hinder their progress in reading. To directly target the root causes of reading difficulty, Quincy School District has implemented the neuroscience-based Fast ForWord® program from Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL). “We have intentionally focused on supporting students who struggle to become readers.
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) emphasizes the use of evidence-based interventions to help schools choose and implement programs that improve student outcomes. To provide schools with an evidence-based solution that quickly and effectively develops students’ fluency, prosody, and comprehension, Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK: SCIL) today announces new enhancements to the Reading Assistant Plus online guided reading tool. Reading Assistant Plus is part of the neuroscience-based Fast ForWord® online reading intervention, which has helped more than 2.8 million learners worldwide and has 21 studies that meet What Works Clearinghouse Evidence Standards for Adolescent Literacy, Beginning Reading, and English Language Development.
Showing growth in student achievement, reducing student achievement gaps, and increasing digital skills in reading and writing are part of Montana’s long-term goals for student success. To target the root causes of reading difficulty and close achievement gaps, a growing number of Montana districts are implementing the neuroscience-based Fast ForWord® program from Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK: SCIL). East Helena Public Schools is the most recent Montana district to launch or expand its Fast ForWord implementation.
Achievement, growth, and equity are key indicators of school quality on the Wyoming state accountability reports. To help students improve their performance and close achievement gaps for those who are most at risk — including struggling readers, students with disabilities, and English language learners (ELLs) — several Wyoming districts are turning to the neuroscience-based Fast ForWord® program from Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL). Recent Wyoming school districts to implement the Fast ForWord program include Fremont County 25, Albany County 1, Goshen County 1, Laramie County 1, Park County 1, and Sheridan County 1.
Buoyed by their children’s success at BrainMaps English language learning centers, parents across China are fueling the company’s growth by signing up to open their own franchise learning centers.
The Fast ForWord® program from Scientific Learning Corp. has received an official re-endorsement from the Council of Administrators of Special Education , an international professional organization and affiliate of the Council for Exceptional Children .
Scientific Learning Corp. today announced that it is naming Jeffrey D. Thomas as its co-chief executive officer beginning in early March. Currently the lead independent director of Scientific Learning’s Board of Directors, Thomas will join current Chairman and CEO Robert Bowen in leading the company, which develops and delivers neuroscience-based educational technologies for learners around the world....
Scientific Learning Corp. announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement with Brain Maps Technology Co. Ltd. to acquire Shanghai-based BrainMaps, a blended learning company with more than 70 English language learning centers across China.
Scientific Learning Corp. announced today that it has executed binding purchase agreements for the sale of 2,864,000 shares of its common stock at a price of $0.625 per share, nearly a 23 percent premium over the past 12 months’ weighted average price, for aggregate proceeds of $1,790,000 .
For many students who struggle to read, the key to success lies not in more effort or practice, but rather in remediating underlying weaknesses that hinder reading proficiency. To prepare students for reading success and provide the direct, intensive practice that struggling learners need, Pendleton County Schools began using the Fast ForWord® program from Scientific Learning Corp.
When children struggle to read, many parents try to address the issue by hiring tutors or purchasing reading apps to supplement special services provided at school. Most tutoring and reading programs, however, only address the symptoms of the underlying weaknesses, rather than the root causes of their child’s reading difficulty.
Scientific Learning Corp. announced today that it has signed a non-binding Letter of Intent with Brain Maps Technology Co. Ltd. to acquire Shanghai-based BrainMaps, a blended learning company with over 70 franchised English language learning centers across China.
Categories: Yahoo FinanceGet free summary analysis Scientific Learning Corp. reports financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2017. We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of Scientific Learning Corp. – Walt Disney Company, Cambium Learning Group, Inc. and Rosetta Stone Inc. (DIS-US, ABCD-US and RST-US) that have also reported for this period. Highlights Summary ... Read more (Read more...)
Every school has students who struggle in reading, despite months or even years of interventions. While struggling readers need 10 to 30 times more practice to catch up to their grade-level peers, few schools can offer that level of intensity.
Through its unique O2O model for English language development, BrainMaps is quickly raising awareness of how a blended learning approach can provide students with a faster path to English language proficiency.