Capti Voice Literacy & Learning Platform
  • Assess and improve six foundational reading skills
  • Provide accommodations to to struggling readers

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Assess, Improve, and Support Reading with ONE Solution

  • Find out why students are struggling to read by assessing 6 foundational reading skills
  • Get score reports per student, class, and grade and compare with national percentiles
  • Improve reading by focusing your intervention on the weakest skill that holds students back
  • Provide required accommodations to ELs & Special Ed. students to meet them where they are
We provide PD to ensure successful implementation and effective use of many tools in Capti.

Assess These 6 foundational reading skills

  • Alphabetics through word recognition and decoding
  • Vocabulary through meaning & semantic relationship
  • Morphological awareness through understanding word parts
  • Comprehension through sentence processing tasks
  • Fluency through efficiency of reading for basic comprehension
  • Reading comprehension through passage and questions

Download this free guide to six Foundational Reading Skills

Who is using Capti?

Capti is used in K-12 school districts across the country, such as NYC Department of Education, NYS BOCES, Los Angeles Unified School District in California, Cherry Creek School District in Colorado, Pascack Valley Regional High School District in New Jersey, Fairfield School District in Connecticut, and many more.

"I have learners more than two grade levels below able to read content and understand concepts within our science and social studies units," – Jennifer Simicich,
Teacher, Shoreham-Wading River School District

Distinguished National and International Awards

  • Department of Education Award
    Dept. of Education Award
  • NSF Award
    NSF Award
  • NIH Award
    NIH Award
  • NIDILRR Award
    NIDILRR Award
  • MIT Innovator Under 35 Award
    MIT Innovator Under 35 Award
  • EdTech Digest: Best Special Needs Solution of 2017
    Best Special Needs Solution
  • FCC Chairman's Award
    FCC Chairman's Award
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