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Foundational Literacy for Special Education

Effective instruction in Special Education (SPED) requires the right pace and depth for each student—but that requires the right data. Reading Horizons gives educators the data they need to instruct each learner effectively.
Through explicit instruction based on the science of reading, age-appropriate decodable passages, and software-supported assessment, our program effectively engages learners—increasing their success and motivation.
Endorsed by CASE as a Special Education Program

Whether it’s young readers with autism spectrum disorder or older learners with dyslexia or other language processing disorders—Reading Horizons is proven effective across grade levels and needs.

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Meeting the Needs of Diverse Populations

When it comes to reading instruction, one size does not fit all. With our differentiated instruction resources and professional learning community, educators may modify instruction to support students in Special Education settings, ensuring appropriate depth, speed, and intensity.

”The Reading Horizons curriculum has provided our students with a knowledge of letters and words they have not had a chance to discover before.”
Literacy Development and Intervention Coordinator
Oklahoma City Public Schools, OK
Resources for Dual-Diagnosed Learners

Dual-diagnosed students—and the educators who support them—often face exponential challenges when learning to read. Our language packs and pronunciation tool help students master English phonemes.

Specialized Training for Teachers

Some teachers find themselves ill-prepared to address the unique learning requirements of students with disabilities. Through professional learning and scripted lessons, Reading Horizons equips teachers with the skills and tools they need to adapt instruction effectively.

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