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At Texthelp, we believe that literacy is every student’s passport to academic, social and professional success.  Yet many students struggle to achieve their potential, throughout their educational life and need extra support.  Perhaps their first language isn’t English or they have dyslexia or other special education needs. Other children simply struggle to engage with everyday reading, writing and comprehension tasks.

Our user-friendly literacy and learning technologies are used across the globe to support teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom. Our software engages and supports learners through a range of reading, writing, math and research features. They can be used at each step of the educational journey  to raise attainment levels; and support children when they are learning to read, working in the classroom or studying at home.  Our solutions can also be used in exams and assessments and whilst preparing for further or higher education.

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Friday, 20 January 2017 08:56

Bett 2017: Top edtech trends for 2017

Martin McKay is the chief technology officer and one of the founders of Texthelp Inc. He directs all R&D at Texthelp with a focus on developing new technologies to assist people who struggle with reading and writing. Martin serves as a Universal Design for Learning council member. During this year’s Bett Show, you can find Texthelp at Stand C141.

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