The Structured Literacy Expert
Literacy is essential to an individual’s ability to communicate, express themselves, and engage with the world around them. Lexia believes that everyone has a right to literacy, and that as educators, we have an obligation to deliver. Every student deserves to be taught literacy in a way that works for them, no matter who they are, where they live, what level they are at, and what learning challenges they face. Every teacher deserves the support they need to teach literacy confidently and effectively.
Lexia is all for literacy because we know that literacy can and should be for all.
Founded in 1984 with private funding and grants from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Lexia’s instructional, assessment, and professional learning programs play a critical role in literacy learning for millions of K–12 students and educators.
Our award-winning flagship product, Lexia® Core5® Reading, has set the standard for technology-based reading instruction. Through the addition of Lexia® PowerUp Literacy®, Lexia® RAPID™ Assessment, and Lexia English, we’ve continued our promise to improve literacy learning for both teachers and students.
In 2020, Lexia became a member of the Cambium Learning® Group family of companies. As a result, Voyager Sopris Learning's portfolio of reading, writing, and math intervention products became part of Lexia, and LETRS® joined the Lexia brand family. Together, we provide our customers with a robust offering of solutions that meet the diverse needs of the growing education market.
Idaho Department of Education Adds Lexia LETRS to List of Approved Dyslexia Professional Development Courses
Lexia today announced that its Lexia LETRS® professional learning program has been named by the Idaho State Office of Education (SDE) as an approved course for dyslexia professional development.
Lexia Introduces Lexia Aspire Professional Learning to Empower Educators as They Build Students’ Literacy Skills in Grades 4–8
While literacy is a cornerstone of success across all subjects, many upper elementary and middle school students lack the literacy skills they need to learn effectively. In fact, the most recent 2022 NAEP results indicate that 69% of students aren’t reading at a proficient level in grade 8, and 67% of students are below proficiency in reading levels in grade 4.To help educators accelerate literacy skills in all learning among students in grades 4-8, Lexia, a Cambium Learning?Group company, introduces Lexia Aspire™ Professional Learning.
Lexia Learning President Nick Gaehde Named Extraordinary Individual by the S.E.A.L. Foundation
The Specialized Education for All Learners (S.E.A.L.) Foundation has selected Nick Gaehde, President of Lexia Learning, a Cambium Learning®?Group company, as Extraordinary Individual for 2022. Gaehde received the award on October 1 during the foundation’s Fall Soiree at the JFK Presidential Library in Boston.
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