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Independent, Student-Driven Learning

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Students work independently to develop critical reading and language skills through individualized, motivating learning paths.

All students, regardless of their skill level, can each work at their own pace and the teacher is notified (on web-based reports and via email) only when they require support.

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Ongoing Data to Drive Instructional Priorities

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As students work independently in the online activities of Lexia's instructional programs, real-time performance data is collected through Lexia’s patented embedded assessment tool, Assessment Without Testing®.

Here, educators can access data reports online through their myLexia accounts on a browser, iPad app, or iPhone app.

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Resources for Face-to-Face Instruction

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Teachers have the resources they need for face-to-face instruction and independent student practice.

Based on the embedded student assessment data, Lexia recommends specific resources for individual and group instruction that fit flexibly into existing classroom routines.

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Lexia Works With All Student Types and Situations
Personalized Learning

Students receive individualized and teacher-directed personalized learning through adaptive & engaging online activities. Based on student progress, Lexia prescribes the instructional intensity needed to increase each student’s likelihood of reaching end-of-year, grade-level benchmarks.

English Learners

Lexia addresses the development of oral language, reading, spelling, and writing skills for students who are learning English. Students learning English will develop fundamental reading skills with the rest of their classmates and receive student-driven and teacher-directed personalized instruction.


Lexia's system of personalized learning, supported by our patented Assessment Without Testing, is uniquely suited to support Response to Intervention (RTI) and Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) models. Data-driven action plans help teachers maximize their time by focusing attention where it is needed most.

Research Proven to Prepare Students for Success

Research Proven to Prepare Students for Success

  • Blended Learning
  • english learners
  • Early Reading
Computers in the Schools

Thumbnail Image of the Journal Cover of Computers in the Schools, Volume 32, Numbers 3-4, July-December 2015First- and second-grade students in a low-income, urban school using Lexia Core5 Reading made significantly more progress than control students on the GRADE™ reading assessment.​


Customer Voice

"This program will enrich your academic instruction. It has helped me reinforce my blended learning program and enabled me to be more effective in my small group instruction. It even gives me lessons and materials to track the students' progress. If they are experiencing difficulties in an area, a lesson will be provided to you. If you want to have a more effective program, you must try Lexia."

—Angela Lewis, 99th Street Elementary, Los Angeles Unified School District, CA

Bilingual Research Journal

Bilingual Research Journal coverEL kindergarten students using Lexia Reading showed significantly greater gains than a control group on the GRADE™ reading assessment.


Customer Voice

"EL students benefit from the interactive lessons as well as the necessary repetitions and auditory modeling provided in all the early lessons. The skills, real-time progress, and instructional strategies provide teachers with the necessary tools to target EL students’ specific needs and allow students and teachers to celebrate success at different levels, not just at the benchmark or higher."

—Dr. Arsenio Romero, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Turnaround, Roswell Independent School District, NM

Journal of Research in Reading

Title I first-grade students using Lexia Reading made significantly greater gains than control students on the Gates-MacGinitie Reading Test® and closed the gap with non-Title I students.

Customer Voice

"We started using Lexia with our Title I Reading students who were behind grade level of their peers. We have now been able to use Lexia with not only Title I students but students in Kindergarten and First Grade."

Angela Kamradt, Tolono Community Unit School District 7, IL

Reading Psychology

Preschool students and low performers in kindergarten using Lexia products made significantly greater gains than the control student group on the GRADE™ reading assessment.


Customer Voice

"What sets Lexia apart from other programs is its in-depth reports that are easy for teachers to access, interpret and, therefore, use to guide instruction. Tie that together with student-focused activities and lessons that allow students, including our English Learners, to be appropriately challenged and move at their own pace. It is head and shoulders above the rest!"

Catherine Daley, Principal, Sally Ride Elementary School, Los Angeles Unified School District, CA