Imagine Language & Literacy
Research

ESSA Evidence

Statistically significant positive effect for ELLs

The program was found to have a significant positive impact on grade 1 ELL students and a positive impact for kindergarten students.
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Statistically significant positive effects for ELLs in grades 3–5

English language learners using Imagine Language & Literacy demonstrated more growth than non-users at a statistically significant level.
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Statistically significant positive effects for K–3 students in Utah

Rigorous statewide research demonstrated more growth for users in grades K, 2, and 3 than non-users at a statistically significant level.
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Statistically significant positive effects for K–2 students in Utah

Imagine Language & Literacy users demonstrated more growth than students who did not use the program at a statistically significant level.
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Additional Evidence of Effectiveness

Positive results for grade 3 and 5 students

Struggling readers who used Imagine Language & Literacy showed more positive growth than peers in research conducted by Heller (2016).
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Statistically significant positive effects for elementary students

Struggling readers who used Imagine Language & Literacy demonstrated more growth on the district’s monitoring instruments than non-users.
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White Papers

Effective Literacy Instruction for Early Childhood Education Students

Imagine Language & Literacy builds an early literacy foundation with phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, and decoding skills.
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Effective Literacy Instruction for Students with Disabilities

Imagine Language & Literacy supports students with disabilities with adaptive, explicit, and skill-based instruction.
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English Learners and Technology

Technology supports EL literacy development with language support, differentiated instruction that addresses foundational skills, and more.
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Current Research

Texas Efficacy Research  

During the 2017-2018 school year, SEG Measurement is collaborating with Imagine Learning to analyze program impact for literacy development for students in grades 3-5.

 

 

Multi-State Efficacy Research

During the 2017-2018 school year, RMC Research Corporation is collaborating with Imagine Learning to conduct a multi-state efficacy study including students in grades 1-5.

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Seeking Research Partners

We are seeking partnerships with school districts for future efficacy studies. Please let us know if you are interested in participating.

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