This report explores the implementation of Amira Learning in Wawasee Community School Corporation during the 2020–2021 academic school year. Although limitations in sample size, differences in implementation, and disruptions on education by the COVID-19 pandemic limit our findings, our models do suggest a relationship between usage of Amira Learning and literacy development. Accounting for student’s grade level, school, and baseline literacy score, we find high-usage students experienced greater gains as compared to very low-usage students. These results provide promising evidence that frequent usage of Amira may increase literacy development.
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