Are you a PARENT whose child needs help with reading, or an ADULT who wants to improve?

Are you an EDUCATOR looking for a highly effective, comprehensive reading program?

More Information for Institutions & Educators

Read Right:
Reading Program in California

The Read Right developmental remedial reading program has been proven to work for students of all ages:

 

  • Elementary Students
  • High School Students
  • Middle School Students
  • Higher Education Students

Read Right program can be utilized in:
  • K-12 (Public & Private)
  • Native American Reservations (Tribal Schools)
  • Colleges, Universities and Vo-Tech schools
  • Correctional Facilities
Site-Based Programs: For schools, colleges, workforce literacy, and correction facilities in California State

Read Right Systems will send a training Consultant to the site you designate for five to seven weeks of hands-on training and train your staff in our highly structured methods. Your staff will start to work with students immediately—there is no delay for students.

Programs in California are available for:
  • Grade K-3 Early Reading Development
  • Grade 3-12 Reading Intervention/RTI & Reading Improvement
  • Adults: College Developmental Reading & Workplace Literacy

Our comprehensive systems are turn-key. We provide all of the training, materials, and equipment required to offer your students an exceptionally effective reading program.

What Parents, Readers and Teachers Are Saying

In ten years of teaching in both public and private schools, from Phillips Academy at Andover to the New York City public schools and now in Eugene, Oregon, I have never encountered a reading program that has worked for EVERY SINGLE student who walked into my classroom. But the Read Right methodology does just that! It works for all students - from those with dyslexia to Advanced Placement students. Using Dr. Tadlock\'s methods, I have seen high school students who have struggled with reading since entering school become excellent readers. If more schools utilized these methods in the early grades, we would have far fewer high school students who are still struggling readers.                                                                                                                                                  

— Amy, HS Teacher —