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Ask Our Customers: Why Do You Use the Reading Horizons Elevate® Intervention Program for Grades 4+?
You are cordially invited to a Virtual Round-Table Discussion for Administrators about Reading Horizons

Come hear from Reading Horizons customers about the reading challenges their districts faced (including Covid-19), what they tried, and their results. Come with your questions and leave with a solid plan for your district.

This event will help you make an informed decision on your fall 2020 reading curriculum.

What you will learn:
(1) Listen to the struggles and successes your peers have had with reading curriculum - especially during these uncertain times.
(2) See the solutions they found and learn about the ease of implementation.
(3) Hear about their results and successes with Reading Horizons.
(4) Come prepared to join the Q&A session, and ask about needs specific to your school or district.

Here’s what Jessica Thompson from Oakman Middle School said about Reading Horizons:

“As our school's reading specialist, I have noticed a significant, positive change in the way our struggling students approach decoding words. They are no longer sounding out words or ‘afraid’ of new words. They have a method! They are confident and excited! ...This makes a huge difference in their instruction and how our students feel about reading!”

We look forward to seeing you at the Virtual Round Table! (Sign up below)

Aug 20, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Shantell Thaxton Berrett M.A.
Lead Professional Development and Dyslexia Specialist @Reading Horizons
Shantell Thaxton Berrett has a B.A. in English teaching and a M.A. in Education with a Reading Science concentration and dyslexia certification. She has both basic and advanced training and certification in Orton-Gillingham from her International Dyslexia Association accredited graduate program. She is also LETRS and CERI trained and certified. Shantell is the mother of three children, one of whom has dyslexia and dysgraphia, which was the catalyst for her graduate work and professional path. Shantell is currently the Lead Professional Development and Dyslexia Specialist for Reading Horizons. She is a national presenter and consultant on the science of reading and dyslexia. She is passionate about raising awareness about the importance of effective reading instruction for every student, especially for individuals with dyslexia.