I've seen the list of English spelling reform from Wikipedia. However all the reforms listed there are inclined to reestablish the whole orthography and sever the relationship to the current traditional spelling. I don't think it's a good idea because it also sever the natural link to the Greek/Latin/French origins of a large amounts of words. Then I think there are many diacritics that may help learners to pronounce correctly, and not only used for indicate accents.
For example, we may use diacritics as in "máke", "fàt", "âny", "örthògraphy" -- like the French/Italian orthography -- and save the traditional spelling as well. There is no new thing under the sun, so maybe someone has already invented such a scheme.