The documented results of Applied Scholastics programs speak volumes of their value. A representative sample:
At one school in Los Angeles where study technology is used throughout the curriculum, students taking the Scholastic Aptitude Test regularly score 30 percent above the national average. And, in the nationally recognized California Achievement Test, fourth grade students score two or more grade levels above the norm in reading, math and language.
From a literacy program in South Africa, the average gain in reading age was two years and three months. Further, students trained in study technology in government schools have demonstrated an outstanding increase in pass rates for all subjects. From June and December 1995, as an example, the average pass rate in 19 schools increased from 43 percent before the use of study technology to 78 percent after it was implemented.
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