Since our groundbreaking research in 1996, the
evidence keeps stacking up. Phono-Graphix is
simply the most effective reading method around.
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summary of research published in that journal.
Education and Treatment of Children
Examining the effects of Phono-Graphix on the remediation of reading
skills of students with disabilities: a program evaluation., Stacy A. Endress,
Education & Treatment of Children Magazine/Journal, May 1, 2007, Volume: 30,
From the article: "Many of the gains demonstrated in this program
evaluation are statistically significant, these students made gains on the
WJ-III normative group in their performance of 7% to 10% for the elementary
group and 6% to 15% for the upper elementary/secondary group rather than
continuing to fall further behind as do most students in special education.
As stated previously, given that the students in this evaluation received
special education services, one would expect their standard score difference
to be stable or to worsen. Just the opposite occurred. This finding is
particularly important when one considers that the goal of special
education is to reintroduce the student into the general education curriculum."