Reading A-Z is famous with educators for our extensive collection of leveled books and resources. These tools enhance instruction and build literacy skills. Explore our studies on the efficacy of these resources.
Read about McREL International's rigorous study of the effects of Raz-Plus on reading skills and motivation to read.
This independent study in a large urban school district compared reading abilities in two student groups: one with Raz-Plus, one without.
Read about second-grade students in rural schools who used Raz-Plus as part of their tutoring in this study.
This study asks whether at-risk students using Raz-Kids and Reading A-Z can overcome the “summer slide.”
What happens when a large urban school district implements Reading A-Z and Raz-Kids for supplemental and intervention literacy instruction?
By including students with low pre-literacy skills, this study informs the field of potential prevention for future reading difficulties.
This case study addresses an implementation of Reading A-Z in a Title I school where two-thirds of students were English language learners.
Examining Raz-Plus effects on economically disadvantaged students, this study compared reading proficiency in cohorts four years apart.
This white paper addresses research on foundational literacy areas, including key areas identified as critical for emergent readers.
To help students learn from complex informational text, the focus of instruction shifts toward comprehension and analysis of text.
Raz-Plus ELL Edition helps English language learners develop speaking, listening, reading, writing, and grammar skills in English.
Discussing research on giftedness, RtI, and special education, this paper also describes best practices for teaching exceptional students.
Learning A-Z resources promote critical thinking and teamwork, also addressing the crucial 21st century skills described in this white paper.
Find out whether Raz-Plus affected motivation to read in these fifth-grade students learning English.
Elementary school students with learning disabilities in rural communities worked to improve reading fluency.