His improvement has been so swift

It is amazing how quickly students improve once they get the right type of tutoring, as this parent shared: 

As a toddler, Zach had delayed speech and trouble learning letters and words at a pace similar to his peers. After being screened by his public school in Kindergarten, he received reading intervention during his school day.

After school, he went through vision therapy and auditory therapy from first to third grade. At the end of those therapies, his eye doctor shared that Zach showed great improvements in all categories — except dyslexia.

At the time, we did not understand dyslexia and assumed Zach simply had difficulty transposing letters and numbers. Yet the school’s continuing reading intervention did not close the gap.

As a result, in fourth grade, Zach hit a wall and behavior issues emerged including frustration, anger — and avoidance of anything related to school or structured learning.

So we homeschooled Zach during fifth grade, but it did not help. He had the same behavior issues and the same academic challenges.

At our wit’s end, we finally got an IEE last October, which diagnosed Zach with dyslexia.

So Zach started working with Brook Euler, a local Certified Barton Tutor. Zach has almost finished Level 6, and he is now having great success in anything school related.

He started sixth grade in public school this past August. This first marking period, he received straight A’s and shows all the signs of having potential for great success in his future endeavors.

We don’t understand the Barton Reading & Spelling System, but it has been the key to unlocking Zach’s ability to accurately read and spell written words, and therefore, to comprehend what he reads.

For Zach, his improvement has been amazingly swift. He is now able to realize his full potential, and most importantly, he knows it.

Bob and Susan Kline, parents
Camp Hill, PA

2 responses

  1. Hi
    We went the same road. Also homeschooling the kids. The math got so much better for both boys but the reading still struggle. Is there people in South Africa that can maybe help us?
    We are in Paarl.

  2. Sadly, there are no Certified Barton Tutors (yet) in South Africa. But you can use the Barton System yourself. To see how, go to:
    http://www.BartonReading.com

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