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I talked to Read Right's representative at this year's NADE (National
Association for Developmental Education)conference and would urge
caution when considering this program. The representative could not
provide any third-party research to support the company's theoretical
foundations or methods. Basically, the program claims to "rebuild neural
pathways" but seems to fly in the face of current best practices which
stress a metacognitive approach.

Leanne H. Frost
Assistant Director
Academic Support Center
MSU-Billings College of Technology
3803 Central Ave.
Billings, MT  59102
406-247-3022
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-----Original Message-----
From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
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Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 1:04 PM
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Subject: Question about reading program

I would like some input into a reading program that I just heard about.
Has anyone tried or come across any research on the "Read Rite Program".
The web site is www.readright.com <http://www.readright.com/> .  


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