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Renaissance Learning offers educators the software their students need to take Accelerated Reader quizzes. Tests are administered on-site at a school campus; they cannot be taken from home. More »

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The types of quizzes offered by the Accelerated Reader program are vocabulary, reading, early readers, literacy skills and textbook practice tests. There are also recorded voice quizzes in both Spanish and English, espec... More »

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Teachers are allowed to view the answers to teacher-created assessments in Accelerated Reader. It is impossible to view answers to other test types because the questions are randomly picked based on each student's skill ... More »

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Renaissance Home Connect allows families to view a student's progress in Accelerated Reader, Accelerated Math and Accelerated Math Fluency, and allows students to practice math facts at home, says Renaissance Learning. P... More »

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To find a book in the Accelerated Reader program, visit AR BookFinder, and use their search options to generate a book list based on specific criteria, suggests Renaissance Learning. For more book suggestions, check with... More »

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Renaissance Learning, the company that distributes the Accelerated Reader program, does not permit students to take their practice quizzes online. Students can take the quizzes at school on a computer or a mobile device,... More »

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Accelerated Reader quizzes from Renaissance Learning are available online only as a paid iOS application for iPhone, iPad or iPod. Purchase and download the app, and log in with the ID provided by your child's K-12 schoo... More »

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