Raz-Kids is an award-winning digital library of leveled resources for students to use in school, at home, or on the go. Digital reports help inform future instruction. Read up on the research studying Raz-Kids and its effect on reading skills.
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.
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 examined how Raz-Kids impacted reading scores in first-grade students from economically disadvantaged families.
Examining Raz-Plus effects on economically disadvantaged students, this study compared reading proficiency in cohorts four years apart.
Find out whether Raz-Plus affected motivation to read in these fifth-grade students learning English.
This experiment examined reading comprehension and reading fluency in students with learning disabilities who used Raz-Kids.
Second-grade students used Raz-Kids for independent reading practice in this study.
Do students using Raz-Kids show increased reading comprehension and higher motivation to read? Find out in this master's thesis!