START A READING CENTER
Help Teach Kids & Teens To Read In Your Local Community
Evaluate a child’s reading skills prior to program start Devote 15-20 minutes on daily lesson plans with a child Read the assigned daily leveled books with a child Continuously monitor and re-evaluate their progress
How It Works
you open a local reading center within a church, small office, multipurpose room, community center, in conjunction with a school building or within a retail space. Step toward the future with a profitable business decision and embrace a social responsibility to our children's future growth.
The TestOurKids.com method was created to help children of all ages and academic levels become accomplished readers. You undoubtedly know, millions of children can't read, and their parents are desperate to obtain help for them. They know that their children's future depends on their academic performance. Social issues can also arise from children not knowing how to read. When you teach a child to read you breathe confidence into their character, they start behaving differently, their attitude changes and teachers see a noticeable change in their school work and performance.
Packages can vary in prices but start with a minimal licensing fee of $500.00 for 3 months for 10 children, include the following
Complete Comprehension Reading Evaluation for children
Daily Computerized Instructional Comprehension Lessons for children
Daily Computerized Instructional Leveled Reading Books for children
Ongoing Customer Care Support for centers & Software Guidance /Training
US ILLS DIRECTLY RELATED TO ILLITERACY
90% of Welfare Recipients: High school dropouts
43% of Adults at Level 1 literacy skills: live in poverty compared to only 4% of those at Level 5
Just a few statistics:
•Literacy is learned. Illiteracy is passed along by parents who cannot read or write.
•One child in four grows up not knowing how to read.
•43% of adults at Level 1 literacy skills live in poverty compared to only 4% of those at Level 5
•3 out of 4 food stamp recipients perform in the lowest 2 literacy levels
•90% of welfare recipients are high school dropouts
•16 to 19 year old girls at the poverty level and below, with below average skills, are 6 times more likely to have out-of-wedlock children than their reading counterparts.
•Low literary costs $73 million per year in terms of direct health care costs. A recent study by Pfizer put the cost much higher.