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Education, especially in the area of literacy has the potential to change the future and the psychosocial circumstances that are the reality in a majority of First Nations and Inuit communities. The Remediation Plus Literacy Program has demonstrated its efficacy across Canada, including school boards in Labrador/Newfoundland, Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta. 


Some schools use Remediation Plus`s curriculum and training to close the reading gap accrued in many students with pull out reading intervention. Some schools have used R+ to teach the whole classroom of students K-3 how to read and spell. According to the research these programs have greatly improved the success of their students by grade 3 so most can compete and succeed in their higher grades ."Nothing succeeds like success."


The FNSSP project in the 24 NAN schools has been a huge source of pride and improvement with the Remediation Plus training as has the FNSSP project in the Labrador Innu Schools.


“It is my pleasure to offer my comments on the Remediation Plus program. As a small district (only two schools) we have faced challenges in terms of literacy levels among our students. Our students speak English as a second language and many of them face attendance issues. We looked to Remediation Plus as one of our major resources to help address this problem. In my opinion, the program has met with much success. We have invested in the program by employing it and training our primary/elementary teaching staff to use it as a primary means of literacy remediation in both schools.”

Clarence Davis, Principal, Sheshatshiu Innu School


“Remediation Plus has been a great experience. I have witnessed first hand grade 3 students who could not read or write, gain confidence in themselves and learn to love reading. They were consistently engaged with the material and felt success on a daily basis.  Eighty percent of my students had shown improvement over the course of six months.  I would recommend this program to any teacher looking for an engaging literacy program.”

Andrea Nardi,  Lydia Lois Beardy Memorial School in Wunnumin Lake, ON


"Our objective was to provide teachers with the skill set to increase literacy levels in students whose needs are not being met with the provincial program. The program addresses the lag in student development that is created by numerous factors. Pre and post testing indicates an increase in phonetic and word recognition scores. The structure of program is very user friendly and teachers have had positive comments on it. The skills learned by teachers are very transferable to all classroom instruction, and its use reinforces good teaching. Overall, the program has achieved the intended purpose and has become a key component in the district plan to address Literacy.  I have no difficulty in recommending its use."

Henry Windeler, Assistant Director of Education (Programs) Labrador School Board, Goose Bay, Lab., NL

What People Are Saying

"We have seen much success with our students who are accessing tier 2 and 3 reading intervention. All students were supported in small groups of up to 4 students, depending on needs. Remediation Plus supports all students who require a reading intervention program, no matter if they are identified through an IPRC process or not. Pace of lessons, creative scheduling, accommodations such as movement breaks and flexible groupings allowed for a variety of students to participate in the program."


Special Education
York Catholic District School Board 2022

"..I never thought that in such a short space of time, his whole life would be different. Three weeks into coming to you and he could read! He is now doing exceptionally well and has so much confidence in himself..."


Karen de Sousa Costa

"..We now provide students in South Niagara with the Remediation Plus program. It’s an incredibly effective program. .."


Angie Rubino, Master Reading Teacher
Reading Room

"..I have recently submitted a proposal to INAC (Indian Affairs Canada) to introduce the Remediation Plus Literacy Program into more First Nations communities in Ontario..."


Dr. Mary Beth Minthorn Biggs

"..Our students have been very successful in the short period of time that we have been delivering the program. The time factor along with the success rate is a positive step toward Literacy in the high school setting..."


Maureen Kennedy, Instructional Leader and Lynn Bridges, Vice Principal
Ottawa Technical Learning Centre

"..Using R+ as our main tool for teaching our students how to read is one of the biggest ways we can make a difference in the early learning of your child.."


Paula Woods, SK Teacher
Children’s Garden School

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