Kurzweil Education supports learners at all stages of literacy, from English Language Learners and students with diverse learning styles to students with learning differences, learning disabilities, or visual impairments. Here is a list of research studies conducted that follow the development and impact our products have made on aspiring students.

Proof is in the Results

Research indicated that students accessed twice the amount of information—with improved comprehension—in the same amount of time.

Using Text-to-Speech Software to Improve Reading Outcomes Among Secondary Struggling Readers University of Hawaii

Supporting Student Academic Success with Kurzweil 3000 at California State University, Long Beach

Kurzweil: A Computer-Supported Reading Tool for Students with Learning and Attention Challenges in Higher Education

Summary of Research on the use of Kurzweil 3000 in Higher Education 2012

Summary Report of the Iowa Text Reader Studies 2006-2007 for Kurzweil 3000

Scientifically-Based Research Validating Kurzweil 3000 - An Annotated Review of Research Supporting the Use of Kurzweil 3000 in English Language Learner Classrooms

Scientifically-Based Research Validating Kurzweil 3000

Using Technology as a Solution for English Language Learners in Higher Education

National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS), which guides the production of alternate versions of textbooks and related instructional materials.

Review of Special Education in MA - Thomas Hehir and Associates

Indiana University — Kurzweil 3000 - A Computer Supported Reading Tool

Kurzweil 3000 — Laredo ISD and ELL Students

VPAT 508 Compliance Kurzweil 1000

VPAT 508 Compliance Kurzweil 3000

VPAT WCAG Compliance Kurzweil 3000 for Web Browsers