Amira Assessment is the culmination of 20+ years of reading research and applied reading science from leading universities and researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, Johns Hopkins University, and University of Texas Health Sciences. Evidence supporting Amira’s effectiveness includes more than 100 published research papers and is considered “gold standard.”
See the research behind Amira at a glance.
Learn more about the foundational research supporting Amira Learning in this paper.
Computer-assisted oral reading helps third graders learn vocabulary better than a classroom control.
Programs with spoken dialogue help keep students engaged over time.
Read about the role technology can play in improving child literacy in developing communities.
Explore oral reading fluency gains for English Learners who practiced with Amira for several months.
Discover the results of an equal-time comparison between sustained silent reading and computer assisted reading.
Explore a two-month pilot study across four bilingual classrooms.
Review the complete list of research projects and publications.
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