Growing Successful Learners!
Headsprout has partnered with schools in 47 states to help administrators achieve positive outcomes. Find out how Headsprout can help your district succeed!
Headsprout Early Reading is a K-2 supplemental program that ensures reading success for every child. The program takes a non-reader or beginning reader up to mid-2nd grade reading skills in less than 30 hours of individualized online instruction. Eighty printed stories and automated performance reports accompany the program.
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Headsprout Reading Comprehension is a supplemental online program that ensures reading comprehension for every learner. The program teaches the essential skills needed for comprehension using adaptive software and text from a mid-2nd up to mid-4th grade level. Printed stories, suggested ways of extending what is learned online to the classroom, and detailed individualized automated performance reports accompany the program.
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Lake Washington selected Headsprout Early Reading for our primary and preschool students after an extensive competitive review process of leading reading products. Administrators love the reporting capabilities, teachers love the imbedded assessment activities, and parents love that students can use Headsprout Reading from home. Students using Headsprout are engaged, are showing remarkable improvement, and love using the program.
How will I pay for this?
Districts have purchased Headsprout with funds from:
- ARRA stimulus funds
- Title I
Grants to LEAs
Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
School Improvement Grants
- Title II D
Special Education — IDEA
Early Intervening Services, RTI
- Title IV
21st Century Community
Learning Centers (CLCs)
- PTA assistance
- Title 5 technology innovation funds
- ELL funds
Headsprout wants every child to be a capable, confident reader! We have developed a patented, adaptive instructional process to ensure every child learns.
“In sum, the content and design of Headsprout Early Reading reflect scientific research with an abundance of instructional strategies in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension… Weaknesses Noted: None.”
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