Readvolution brings together scientists from University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to produce the first scientifically-validated technology for scalable universal screening of dyslexia. The goal of the effort is to provide every child with the opportunity to succeed through access to high-quality education.
The Early Learner Childhood Neuroscience Foundation will help fund the research and development of the early literacy apps led by University of California, San Francisco. Together the parties will apply the latest scientifically proven assessments and interventions to further optimize dyslexia assessment. The goal is to provide appropriate interventions to each child as early as possible and prevent a lifetime of consequences associated with reading failure.
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The Early Learner Childhood Neuroscience Foundation, an effort conceptualized by Andre Agassi and Square Panda, will be housed in Silicon Valley and focused exclusively on the work being advanced by the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences to bring the effort to life. The Foundation’s mission is to maximize learning success in early childhood in an effort to tackle disparities through innovation in the neuroscience of learning.
Square Panda™ is the award-winning phonics learning system with multisensory play. Designed for kids two and older, the playset blends physical and digital learning as it keeps kids entertained through age-appropriate learning games grounded in research-based curriculum. Early readers play their way to reading fluency as they engage with physical smart letters that connect them to a library of learning games. Every play session guides children as they explore the alphabet, letter sounds, discover rhymes, build vocabulary and more.