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Research Partnerships

Learn from AIM Research Advisory Board member Dr. Don Compton and Dr. Laura Steacy of the Florida Center for Reading and Research (FCRR) about the importance of Research to Practice partnerships with organizations like AIM.

Research Partnerships


Yale Child Study Center (formerly Haskins Laboratories)- Predicting Literacy Outcomes in Schools

Stanford Reading & Dyslexia Research Program

  • Rapid Online Assessment of Reading (ROAR) - an ongoing academic research project and online platform for assessing foundational reading skills developed by Jason Yeatman, Ph.D., an assistant professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) and the School of Medicine. Working to develop assessments that can efficiently and accurately reflect the abilities of students with Language-Based Learning Disabilities/Differences.

Middle State Tennessee University

Florida Center for Reading Research

Georgia State University - AIM Works (2018)

Dissertation Research


Research Partners

  • Florida Center for Reading Research
  • Yale Child Study Center (formerly Haskins Laboratories)
  • Haskins Global Literacy Hub
  • Middle State Tennessee University
  • Stanford University
  • The Dyslexia Foundation
  • Variable Vowel Collaborative

Training and Community Partners

  • AIM Institute is an active partner of Philadelphia's Read by 4th coalition and has provided teacher training to schools and school districts around the country.
  • AIM Institute also offers Graduate Credits with Arcadia University upon completion of AIM Pathway courses.
  • Each year AIM Academy welcomes Teacher Scholars, special education graduate students at St. Joseph's University, to the faculty. These young educators learn to implement AIM's Integrated Literacy Model in the classroom as they complete their master's degree.