- Three schools in the South West of England participated in a study to determine the effectiveness of the Nessy Reading and Spelling program.
- The study documents a longitudinal comparison over 2.5 years from 2014-16, of a digitally delivered phonics program to a paper-based phonics program.
- Mr Hanlan, a teacher at the Glasgow High School, undertook an independent study into the effectiveness of the Nessy Reading and Spelling program.
- An analysis of student results, after using the Nessy materials for remote learning at home over a period of 6 weeks during the COVID-19 school closures, showed an average gain of one US grade level in reading.
- An analysis of the fidelity of use of the Nessy Reading and Spelling Program, and the students results of those taking the Nessy Reading Target Assessment pre and post use, was conducted on data collected by Godley Elementary School, in Texas, USA.
- The purpose of the study was to determine if there was a correlation between the Nessy Reading and Spelling Target Assessment, and The Slosson Oral Reading Test Revision 3 (SORT-R3).
- A case for reducing the need for reading and literacy interventions by preventing reading failure before it happens.