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The new educational app, Edsoma, can help your kids become better readers

Our little one’s ability to read has been negatively impacted by the effects of the pandemic. Edsoma’s Founder & CEO, Kyle Wallgren, joined Inside South Florida to share his newly developed technology to help improve our kids’ literacy statistics.

“After being separated from two of my children who lived in Canada, I was looking for a solution to be able to read with them, and there was nothing that was really based around making sure that I could teach my children to read properly,” says Wallgren. “I came up with this concept in order to use voice recognition to identify weaknesses in readers.”

The application is designed to help struggling readers enhance their skill set.

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What Entrepreneurs Are Banking On In 2022

January 2022 is coming to a close, marking one month into the new year. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that there are far more things outside of our control than within.

For the entrepreneur who jumps on the right opportunity at the right time, this year may be the most successful year of her life. For another entrepreneur, it may turn out to be a year of loss and missed opportunity.

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Goal Chasers: Get your kids back on track

It’s no secret many kids fell behind during distance learning over the last few years. Our correspondent Brandi, talks with today’s goal chaser to learn about an app that can help kids get caught up. She introduces you to Kyle Wallgren

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EDSOMA Building Future Leaders by Restoring the Reading Culture in Children and Adults

The pandemic has given room for many things to fester, one of which is the inefficiency that might arise from self-education. The idea that all leaders are readers seems to be going obsolete, resulting in a new generation of young people that barely read. Realizing the problem at hand, Kyle Wallgren set out to create a solution to it and called it Edsoma.

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EDSOMA Shapes the Future by Instilling Quality Reading Culture in Children and Adults

The world has experienced a shift since the pandemic broke out. Now, self-education has taken a stronger stand than ever, with remote learning and parents actively being school teachers’ assistants. This has, however, enabled poor quality learning and reading. To fix the situation, Kyle Wallgren got the idea to build a new communication and reading application called Edsoma.

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Kyle Wallgren Is Disrupting The Educational App Market With Edsoma

Kyle Wallgren is the CEO of Edsoma, a brand new innovative, interactive reading app with patent-pending voice recognition that teaches both children and parents to read… correctly.

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With a closed border and a pandemic keeping Kyle Walgren and his then six-year-old daughter apart, Walgren spent nights reading bedtime stories to his daughter over the phone and trying to find interactive apps to support her reading. Unable to find anything that supported individuals attempting to learn, Edsoma was born.

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CIO Views Featured Article

Kyle Wallgren: Set to Change Millions of Lives through His Education App

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A DotCom Magazine Exclusive Interview

"Kyle Wallgren is an award-winning serial entrepreneur and the CEO & founder of the children's education communication platform named Edsoma..."

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THE BUSINESS INFLUENCER

"...Kyle Wallgren, a Canadian serial entrepreneur, has successfully used Clubhouse to generate collaborations for his new app Edsoma..."

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US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

"... As a parent, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. You don’t need to be the best reader to help—your time and interest and the pleasure that you share with your child as part of reading together are what counts

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PEARSON UK

"..Parents are the most important educators in a child’s life – and it’s never too early to start reading together... Through hearing stories, children are exposed to a wide range of words. This helps them build their own vocabulary and improve their understanding when they listen, which is vital as they start to read...."