1 in 5 students has a learning disability. Learning Ally's research-proven educational solutions can help.
Learning Ally is the nonprofit organization with leading teacher solutions proven to transform the lives of students with learning differences such as dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.
With an extensive collection of K-12 literature and textbooks recorded by actors and subject matter experts, Learning Ally delivers an enjoyable multi-sensory experience of human-read content. Now students can spend less time decoding words and instead increase their fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension in order to reach their academic potential.
An extensive collection of K-12 books recorded by professional actors and volunteers including popular fiction, classic literature, textbooks, test prep and study aids are a download away. Listen on computers, Chromebooks, smartphones and other devices using accessible technology with page-level navigation, text highlighting and audio or speed adjustments.
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Last year, the games helped educators engage students to DOUBLE their reading and read at or ABOVE grade level!
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Students using Learning Ally demonstrated improvements in academic performance
Learning Ally helps students develop or reinforce the skills needed for reading
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