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Kurzweil 3000

Unlock students' potential with a powerful, multisensory approach to learning built on innovative,
research-based technology.

K3000 is a literacy support software with powerful reading, writing, test-taking, and study skills tools that makes content accessible to all students.

It is particularly appropriate for students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, those who require reading intervention, students struggling with reading comprehension and English Language Learners(ELL). It is an ideal literacy instructional tool for any size education community that is putting UDL (Universal Design for Learning) or an RTI (Response to Intervention) in action.

Kurzweil 3000 literacy software is a cost-effective solution for providing support in the classroom, at home and with the web license -- anywhere, on virtually any platform.

Which Kurzweil is right for you?

Individual licenses purchased – no reoccurring fees.

Includes K3000 Installed Client ONLY

Install a desktop app on a Windows or Mac computer or laptop.

Kurzweil 3000 English (Standalone)

Starting at $1,152

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Kurzweil 3000 Canadienne (Standalone)


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What is it?

With a combination of access and support, learners can make real academic progress.

Kurzweil 3000 is educational technology that brings all pieces of the literacy puzzle together with one easy, proven solution to ensure instruction and learning become personal — and meaningful progress becomes possible.

Check out specific features for reading, comprehension, writing, assignments and tests.

How does it work?

Students can access content and common literacy supports from any device or computer with internet access, then dive deeper with comprehensive literacy support installed directly to Mac and Windows computers.

  • Access content on the web, your computer, or in print
  • Differentiate instruction with digital tools
  • Save content to class or student folders (no file storage limit) - Web license only
  • Guide learners throughout the full learning process
  • Inform instructional decisions with centralized reporting