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Students stay at peer level in all subjects. Text to speech improves student engagement, comprehension, motivation, and self-esteem.
Whether for coursework, personal documents, or assessments, assistive technology tools support a diverse population of learners. Whether for coursework, personal documents or assessments, assistive technology tools support a diverse population of learners and help meet the accessibility and accommodations requirements of the ADA, IDEA and JCQ.
Accommodations resource management
Audio plays an important role in IEP and 504 plans, and teachers have extensive management and reporting tools.
Students have easy access for any content and on any device.
“Knowing that we could use the ReadSpeaker tool to read aloud text to them, because many of them are developing readers… we felt like that was going to be an important piece in what we could offer… it is a single tool that can meet the needs of a variety of learners… It has become an ingrained part of my school”
“Ensuring that our courses are multimedia rich and suitable for all learners is something that is central to our mission. ReadSpeaker was a natural fit. It gives all of our students an audio option…Within seconds, we enabled it on a course level and within all lessons, so VHS students can have all course web pages and documents read to them with one click of a button. Since implementing the technology, we’ve been encouraged by how popular it’s been.”
– Storie Walsh, Director of Instructional Technology, Virtual High School
ReadSpeaker has been bringing text to speech to education for over 20 years. Contact us to learn more about how audio can help your students and your organization succeed.
We work with students who have varying levels of English proficiency. When we show teachers and their students the simple text-to-speech and translation functions within ReadSpeaker, we are greeted with smiles, deep appreciation and even applause. ReadSpeaker is essential to the work we do.”
Download our interview with Dr MichelAnn Parr
‘Using Text to Speech for Struggling Readers.’
Visit our Learning Library
for Resources on Using Text to Speech for Publishing and Learning.