In the Philippines, literacy difficulty is considered as a national problem. In an article by Pazzibugan (2004), the Department of Education has reported that many of the Filipino high school students are still non-readers. On 100 item competency tests, less than one percent of the 1.2 million incoming freshmen passed the elementary English, Math, and Science and there were less than one percent of the 84,000 examinees who scored at least 75% in tests.
FASTPREP introduces a new category in reading approach named Instant Reading Program which allows children 4 to 6 years old to develop reading skills in a month or less. To identify how their educational communication strategy works, a study was conducted.