Nationally known Educator and Literacy Consultant, Jeanie Eller provides the solution
to America's illiteracy problem with the Action Reading program. The National Reading
Reform Foundation has recognized Jeanie Eller for having one of the best methods
available for teaching people to read.
Jeanie, who holds a Master's Degree in Education, has been developing her successful
method of teaching people to read since 1964. She has taught kindergarten through
graduate-level university classes. Her teaching career has included traditional
school facilities, diverse locations like the untamed Alaskan wilderness, a one
room school house in Blackwater, Arizona and accredited universities. Currently,
she works as a literacy consultant, training parents and teachers all around the
She has been a featured guest with appearances on the G. Gordon Liddy, Mary Matalin,
Ollie North, Jim Bohanon and numerous talk radio shows. The successful Action Reading
program was spotlighted when Jeanie taught illiterate adults to read in two weeks
for the Oprah television show.
The path to reversing the reading deficiencies of this country has found Jeanie
Eller victorious in confrontations with legislative bodies and textbook vendors.
She is serious about the future of our children and our society. Jeanie helped draft
current legislation to recommend the use of phonics in the Arizona School System.
She also contributed to literacy legislation advancements in Alabama, Alaska, Nevada
and Oregon. Recently, Jeanie Eller was asked to provide information used for the
new Federal Reading Excellence Act.
Her successful programs have been implemented and have reversed poor scholastic
standards in thousands of homes and schools.
Currently, her educational methods are resulting in profound success in over 300
classrooms of the Montgomery, Alabama school system. The unique Montgomery program
was authorized by a school system without funding, it was funded with grants from
local businesses and it has evolved beyond the typical classroom to include mobile
classes in urban areas where children need a little extra help. Jeanie Eller is
affecting positive change in our society.