And in 2007,
          in its National Assessment
              of Adult Literacy,
        the U.S
            Department of Education
               reported that,
      "Reading scores
          for American adults
              of almost
                 all education levels
             have deteriorated,
       notably among
        the best-educated groups."
     From 1992 to 2003,
       the proportion
            of US college graduates
          who could read
              at a proficient level
        dropped by one-fourth,
             from 40 percent
            to 31 percent.

  •      Live Ink technology
           has transformed
               our reading program
             and has helped our students
               measurable results
                 increased reading comprehension,
           increased confidence
             in reading higher
                 Lexile level articles,
               and better performance
                 on mid-term and final exams.
          — I.N.,
                Associate Professor of Reading,
                   El Camino Community College
  •      "Honestly, I
             haven't been this excited
                about an idea
                  in a long time.
         I have been struggling
             with the density of text
                  with my students
                for so long.
         When I read in Live Ink,
            I could feel my eyes relax,
               and the meaning
                   was so much more apparent.
         And if true for me,
           how much more so
             for my students."
          — K.P.,
                Remedial Reading Instructor,
                   Southern Illinois University
  •      Every reader
             can benefit
                from a reading environment
           that allows you
              to easily see
                 and derive
               the meaning plainly.
         Comprehension scores
               on standardized tests
              have steadily risen
                   in our school,
           as a result
             of using Live Ink.
          — C.V.,
                High School
                   Social Studies Teacher