Western Australia

On average, students who participated in Fast ForWord improved from the 12th percentile to the 25th percentile in Literacy skills, from the 12th percentile to the 21st percentile in Receptive Language skills, and from the 10th to the 18th percentile in Expressive Language skills.
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Bangkok, Thailand

Students in Thailand improve their academic achievement by up to one year in four months
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BerCon Ltd, Bermuda

Students in Bermuda significantly improved their early reading skills with expressive language skills improving from the 13th percentile to the 33th percentile.
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i-Thinkers, Philippines

Students in the Philippines improved their phonological awareness and memory skills following Fast ForWord participation
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Innovative Therapies, United Kingdom

Students with speech and language difficulties in the UK who used Fast ForWord products improved their auditory processing skills from the 5th to 37th percentile.
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KidzGrow, Singapore

Struggling readers, with and without auditory processing disorders, made gains in reading fluency after Fast ForWord participation.
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Lindfield Speech Pathology and Learning Centre, Australia

Students in Australia who used Fast ForWord products as part of their speech therapy had significant gains in overall language and early reading ability and improved from the 14th to the 32nd percentile.
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Nalanda Institute, India

Bilingual English speakers in India who participated in Fast ForWord improved their cognitive skills from the 29th to the 41st percentile.
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Neuron Learning and SMART Education, Ireland

Reading comprehension for students in Ireland who used Fast ForWord products improved two years.
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Planegg, Germany

Students in Germany made significant gains in language achievement following Fast ForWord use, with performance improving more than one standard deviation.
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School District #36, BC, Canada

Students in School District #36 increased reading skills by 1 year and 3 months
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School District 16, NB, Canada

Fast ForWord users in School District 16 outperform a comparison group and reach the high average or above average range on evaluations of early reading skills.
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School District 41 British Columbia

On average, participants showed a gain in reading level of one year and four months in the four months between tests.
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Sonic Hearing, Western Australia

Primary schools in Western Australia find that students who use Fast ForWord products make significantly greater improvements in language and literacy skills than a comparison group.
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St. Mary's Orphanage and Day School, Kolkata

Fast ForWord participants in Kolkata, India, improved their ability to discriminate between English phonemes. Their skills increased from the 2nd to the 71st percentile.
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