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We're new to the Buckeye state. We'd like to help your students read better.

Ohio Only: Signup by June 15th for Free Extended ‘Get to Know Us’ Reading Plus Trial

And for a limited time, we’d like to offer you a free, EXTENDED, full semester trial of Reading Plus.

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Academic Edge can make your life easier, help your students read better, make the sun shine, the birds sing, and literacy scores improve.* We provide service and support for Reading Plus, the award wining reading program that helps you help your learners to be better readers, and to enjoy reading more. Reading Plus® is a comprehensive, evidence based software solution for reading assessment and improvement that develops foundational fluency skills for students of all ages. Structured activities are individualized for each student’s needs to ensure development of the “unseen and unheard” fluency skills that are taught the least and tested the most. Learn more about our Reading Plus sales, implementation, and support services.

*3 out of 5 isn’t bad. We can’t really control nature, though you may feel as though the sun was shining and the birds were singing more when you see how easy it can be to help your kids read better and enjoy reading more.

We've done it in Kentucky. Now let us help you in Ohio.

22,234 Kentucky students, 74 schools, 877 classrooms. All using Reading Plus. All working with Academic Edge. Now Academic Edge is bringing Reading Plus, and our years of teaching experience with us to Ohio. Are you missing out?

Elizabeth Goldsworthy

Founder & Director

Betsy is a reading specialist and the founder of the Academic Edge, 1984, and a private school for children who learn differently, Woodbridge Academy, 1989. She spent 12 years in public schools as an English and social studies teacher, teacher of the gifted, and then as a reading teacher/consultant.

Spending 45+ years as a career educator has been at times heart-wrenching, but mostly inspiring. Our future is truly based on the success of our young ones.