Reimagine Your Curricula for Learning Disabilities
Modernize your instruction for students with learning disabilities with the Special Education Learning Platform that provides your students with a structured, evidence-based approach to overcoming their learning challenges.
Provide dyslexia professionals with evidence-based curricula: the Multisensory Teaching Approach (MTA) for English-language instruction, and the Esperanza program for Spanish and bilingual instruction.
Use scripted teaching instructions built into the platform, monitor students’ learning progress and make data-driven decisions for each student.
Get Powerful Curricula for Dyslexia Instruction in a Special Education Learning Platform
English Dyslexia Curriculum
Equip English-language dyslexia specialists with an evidence-based curriculum based on the Orton Gillingham method
Drive a comprehensive, integrated language arts program for English-speaking students with dyslexia
Spanish Dyslexia Curriculum
Empower Spanish-speaking and bilingual students with a dyslexia curriculum built for them
Administer the world’s first systematic, sequential and explicit approach to teaching Spanish literacy
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Evidence-Based Curricula & Programs
I love the ongoing, immediate feedback and staying true to both MTA and Esperanza programs. I think that’s what’s good for kids. These are great practices and now it’s on a platform that speaks their language.
Mary Jane Bowman
Executive Director of Literacy, Pre-K Programs, Dyslexia Services and Academic Interventions
Grand Prairie ISD, TX
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As a special education teacher, you may feel that there are few other educators in your school and district who can truly understand the challenges your job and managing your classroom. Fortunately, there are educators all over the country who share this experience.
Whitehouse Independent School District (ISD) in Texas enrolls nearly 5,000 students across four elementary schools, a sixth-grade campus, a junior high, and a high school. As the district’s special education team began serving a growing number of students with dyslexia, it needed to find new ways to work smarter, not harder.