Which students are eligible?

At least 20% of your student population may be eligible for the Learning Ally audiobook solution.

When enrolling a student for access to Learning Ally human-read audiobooks, educators will be prompted to select one of the four qualifying categories:

  • Reading accommodation
  • Specific learning disability (such as dyslexia)
  • Other physical disability
  • Blind or visually impaired

Learn more and hear stories of students who say, "Support Me!" in our student stories of eligibility video to see through the eyes of students that need access to grade level content and who will thrive with Learning Ally's human-read audiobooks.

Download the eligibility guide.

Reading Success in the Classroom

Excite in Elementary

Elementary school teacher Kristy Mathieu describes how she uses Learning Ally in her classroom to help struggling readers access grade level content and thrive in their learning.

Motivate in Middle School

Middle school teacher Laura Younts describes how she uses Learning Ally in her classroom to help struggling readers access grade level content and thrive in their learning.

How To Videos

Adding students

Create student accounts to give each student access to their own bookshelf for human-read audiobooks. Watch this video to learn how to add students so they can begin reading.

Certifying students

Students must be eligible for access to the Learning Ally solution as determined by a competent authority at the school. Learn how to certify students in the educator portal.