programs are high quality, research-based, and specifically
designed to increase the academic achievement of students
in grades 3-12 who struggle with reading. We focus on students
diagnosed with reading disabilities, identified for ESL programs,
or schools that are failing to make Adequately Yearly Progress
(AYP) as defined by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
"Do Screen Readers Help Young Students Who Have Learning
the Gap: Computer Technology in Special Education and
at the 17th Annual Conference October 22, 1999
Computers in Education
(SLICE™) - Evaluation
Report - (pdf)
Research Basis of the SLICE™ Program - (pdf)
Summary of Qualitative Evaluation-South Dakota Middle
School - (pdf)
SLICE™ Struggling Reader Research Study 2004 (pdf)
Are you working on an education degree and want to do a
thesis on reading, special education law, or assistive technology?
school want to present at a conference or to an
educational cohort on the use of assistive technology
in your school?
If so, please contact Dr. Lynda Morris by email at email@example.com
for information on writing opportunities.