The Simplified Spelling Society is regularly featured in the Print and TV media. Parents and teachers are in the front line of Literacy for children. The American Spelling Bee contest incourages accuracy without comprehension and can be disregarded. The TES (Times Educational Supplement) and the THES (Higher) both refer frequently to the problem of illiteracy and spelling.
- Spellbites 2006. Quotations from media 2006.
- Members 2. Index of all member media items.
- SpellBites 2. Quotations from media 2005 and older sources discovered in 2005.
- MoreBites 2. Contexts of SpellBites 2, 2005.
- MoreBites 3. More Contexts of SpellBites 2, 2005.
- MoreBites 4. More Contexts of SpellBites 2, 2005.
- Members October 2005.
- Members 1. SSS members in the media, Oct-Dec 2004.
- Media 1. List of spelling and member items in the media up to the end of 2004.
- SpellBites 1. Quotations from media up to the end of 2004 and SSS journals .
- MoreBites 1. Contexts of SpellBites 1, 2001-2004.
- Bulletin Bites. Quotations from Spelling Progess Bulletins, 1961-1983.
- Dyslexia. Relevant reports about the difficulties of English spelling and extracts from books about the regularity of the spelling of other languages.