Along with the world’s largest audio textbook library with 80,000 human-narrated books. Learning Ally also has a vast community of parents and students from all over the country. There are a lot of ways to get involved and many resources available to you.

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What's Happening

Read about the success of Texas schools in the following news articles or check out the Learning Ally blog to read about news across the country.

Case Study: Austin students with dyslexia

Austin ISD students with dyslexia

Educators and parents share how Learning Ally opens a world of knowledge and literature.

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Article: San Marcos students with dyslexia see Learning Ally audiobook creation

San Marcos CISD visits Learning Ally

Students engage with volunteers and learn how books are made.

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Article: Students place in Great Reading Games

Hays CISD students place for reading

Susie T. Fuentes Elementary and Barton Middle school students place in Great Reading Games.

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Connie with student

How I Secured Tablets For All My Dyslexic Students

A Teacher Shares Tips on Writing Technology Grants for the Classroom.

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Winner of the Great Reading Games

The Great Reading Games’ Top Schools

Learning Ally’s top ten Great Reading Games schools included seven schools from Texas.

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Student using tablet to read audiobooks

San Marcos schools celebrate big wins

Crockett and DeZavala Elementary schools place 2nd and 3rd in national reading contest.

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Getting Started with Audiobooks for Parents

Helping your child make audiobooks a part of their learning is key to their success. Here are some resources to help you get started in understanding audiobooks, how they work, and how to use them to help your child succeed.