(Ft. Myers, FL) – The School District of Lee County will host a year-end celebration to recognize those students who have significantly improved their reading scores during the 2011–2012 school year, as well as the teachers and administrators who helped them succeed. This event will give the community an opportunity to see how the School District of Lee County’s partnership with Achieve3000® creates dramatic reading gains for all types of learners.
Who: Lee County School District
What: The Power of Technology: Reading & Writing Awards Ceremonies
When: Tuesday, May 22, 2012, at 6:00 PM
Where: The LCPEC Board Room, 2855 Colonial Blvd, Ft. Myers, FL 33966
Featured Guests: Joseph Burke, Superintendent, The Lee County School District; Thomas Scott, School Board Member District 5 and Saki Dodelson, CEO, Achieve3000. Participants will learn how students use Achieve3000 web-based literacy programs at school and home to improve their reading and writing skills.
As the nation’s leader in differentiated instruction, Achieve3000 uses a proprietary software engine to provide targeted lessons to each student in a class based on his or her individual reading level. These proven-effective literacy solutions deliver 100-percent nonfiction text and are based on best practices and decades of scientific research. Learn more about Achieve3000 online at www.achieve3000.com.
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