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|Day's Range||0.2280 - 0.2500|
|52 Week Range||0.1400 - 1.0000|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.11|
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|Earnings Date||Aug 7, 2019 - Aug 12, 2019|
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The company, as planned, did not experience sales growth during the first quarter, the seasonally lowest sales quarter of the year. Despite the difficult comparison, this channel was able to realize success in renewal sales in the first quarter of 2019 with renewal rates over 100 percent, demonstrating that the product improvements made last year in the release of new Fast ForWord products, enhanced with SmartLearning Technology, have had lasting effects. The company continued to make progress enhancing the product experience in the first quarter with the release of Content Acceleration to speed data delivery and performance, data anonymization to support student data security laws, and Single Sign-On with the products through ClassLink.
After successfully implementing the neuroscience-based Fast ForWord® program to close gaps in reading among struggling readers and students with special needs, Norwalk Public Schools in Connecticut has expanded its use of the program to include students in 14 of its 20 schools. Developed by Scientific Learning Corp. (OTC PINK:SCIL), the Fast ForWord program is an online intervention that targets the root causes of reading struggles for fast results. “We’ve expanded our use of the Fast ForWord program to accommodate the needs of students at every level,” said Leah Zilich, the assistive technology specialist for grades K-5 in Norwalk Public Schools.
The company’s growth momentum was demonstrated in three consecutive growth quarters, enabling it to achieve total sales growth of two percent for the year and six percent growth in the K-12 channel. The success is attributed to a growing understanding of the company’s unique solutions, decision makers placing greater importance on evidence-based solutions as required by the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), and the release of new Fast ForWord products, enhanced with SmartLearning Technology. Released in the third quarter to positive reception, Fast ForWord Foundations I and Foundations II, the new versions of the flagship Fast ForWord Language and Fast ForWord Language to Reading programs, include an intelligent back-end engine that provides just-in-time interventions personalized to each learner.
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.