Reading Programs

Learning Ally generates lasting impact that helps students stay engaged

Our results show improvements in vocabulary skills, reading fluency, comprehension of grade-level reading materials, and more student engagement in the classroom.

Student reading Learning Ally audiobook on tablet

Teachers agree that Learning Ally is a critical part of an overall solution that helps to improve key markers for student success.

*From Learning Ally’s 2016 Survey of Educators:

  • 90% of teachers agree that Learning Ally helps students develop or reinforce skills needed for reading.
  • 83% agree students that use Learning Ally are able to comprehend assigned grade-level reading materials.
  • 77% agree students that use Learning Ally show improvement in vocabulary skills.
  • 79% agree that Learning Ally is a critical part of an overall solution that helps students stay engaged in school
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In the 2016 games, nearly 5000 students read over 1 million pages.

Audiobooks and Reading Programs

When paired with Learning Ally audiobooks, programs like The Great Reading Games and Summer Reading Together, result in students with learning disabilities, like dyslexia, reading at frequency levels comparable to that of classmates without identified disabilities.

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We kept over 5000 students reading over 25,000 hours last summer.