Let’s Go Learn, Inc.
Let’s Go Learn, Inc. (LGL) was founded in 2000 by technologist Richard Capone and by Dr. Richard McCallum, a renowned reading expert out of UC Berkeley California. LGL’s mission is to provide automated, individualized diagnostic testing, data, reporting, and instruction to boost an individual student's performance in reading and math. LGL Math and Reading assessments have been administered over 4,000,000 times worldwide.
The company launched its flagship product, the LGL Reading Assessment (now called DORA: Diagnostic Online Reading Assessment), in December 2001 and received a Department of Education grant to compare its stand-alone assessment system with one-on-one assessments offered by highly trained specialists in the CalReads program. Significantly, the study provided statistical proof that Let’s Go Learn’s online assessments do indeed work as designed; automating the assessment process and producing expert-level reading profiles in a scalable manner that leads to effective data-driven instruction.
Let’s Go Learn’s products have been statistically validated for reliability and are aligned with state standards and requirements of No Child Left Behind.