Dr. Royce Avery Represents MindPlay at Texas Awards Ceremony

Manor ISD turnaround superintendent the face of dramatic success with district reading solution.

February 21, 2019 Tucson, AZ—–MindPlay online reading and literacy publisher today recognizes Dr. Royce Avery of Manor (TX) ISD for his district’s role in MindPlay being named a Finalist in Tech & Learning magazine’s highly regarded Awards of Excellence program. Asked to submit to the program testimonials as to the product’s effectiveness, district personnel shared that “within 15 hours of MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach (MVRC) usage, nine out of 15 district campuses demonstrated an average growth of one or more reading levels.”

Under the leadership of Superintendent Avery, the district has prioritized interventions for high-risk students, including those in the upper grades who may have fallen through the cracks. The district praises the effectiveness of the reading solution for its motivational and organizational capabilities, saying,MindPlay is very engaging, and the analytics allow parents and teachers to see the students’ progress. This program is fantastic, and the virtual coach feature is a game changer and an added bonus.”

Dr. Avery received the award recognition on MindPlay’s behalf at Tech & Learning’s reception at February’s Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Convention and Exposition in San Antonio (TX).

See here for Tech & Learning magazine’s full coverage of MindPlay as a finalist.

About MindPlay

Founder Judith Bliss started the MindPlay Company more than 30 years ago, to create a solution to the challenges of learning to read.  After overcoming her own reading disabilities, her goal was to help struggling learners succeed in school and life. MindPlay’s mission is to develop, publish, and distribute cost-effective learning tools that support individual growth and skill development. The curriculum includes clear objectives, inviting graphics and technological innovations. MindPlay educational software programs appeal to multiple learning styles, identify individual student needs and differentiate instruction. www.mindplay.com.