We analyze the school math and reading assessments from three different time points given throughout the year by the teachers and attentional fatigue (listening effort used).

Reading & Math Assessments

The assessment scores are not negatively impacted at any grade level. These are the assessments & STAAR results by 4th grade.


Reading up 7%

Math up 10%


Reading down 5%

Math down 6%

Attentional Fatigue

These graphs show reaction time of 1st and 2nd grade students, and 3rd and 4th grade students in the morning and the afternoon. Across all of these grade levels, LiiNK students have faster reaction times in the morning and the afternoon than comparison students. This means that LiiNK kids have more brain power and listening resources, while traditional school children show more fatigue, throughout the school day. Because LiiNK students have higher attention resources throughout the school day, content can be taught at any time, and students stay engaged and focused on tasks.