System 44 is a reading program by Scholastic that is intended for older grade school students who are having serious difficulty with reading. Scholastic calls it an intensive intervention program.
The program is based on a "model for blended learning" that combines specialized instructional technology with teacher-led instruction. The instructional technology consists of software that can be run on devices with touch screens, such as tablets. The instructional program was created by Dr. Marilyn Jager Adams, author of "Beginning to Read." Resources are also included with the package for teachers to use in their daily instruction. The System 44 software can either be hosted by a local network or accessed through Scholastic's servers.