WHO SAYS EVERY JOURNEY NEEDS A MAP?

Because of a life-long learning disability, this serial entrepreneur developed imagination, memory, and a gift for persuasion.

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Randy Best began his career hungry for accomplishment. At one point, he was managing 21 separate companies, but felt that he still had more to offer. After having struggled with severe dyslexia throughout his childhood, and seeing the public education system in shambles, he realized that he had a personal battle to wage for the children of America. Inspired by his mother's dedication to education and his own entrepreneurial successes, he developed the Voyager Reading Program, which has quadrupled the literacy levels of school-age children in Texas alone, and today stands as the premier reading program in the nation.


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