FAQ

Below are frequently asked questions about Lexia Learning and our products. Click the arrow on the right-hand side of the accordion to expand your selection. If you would like to speak to a Lexia representative who can answers your questions more indepth, click here to submit a contact form. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What grades and student types do you support?
  • What devices are supported?
    • Lexia Core5 Reading is accessible via browser, download, iPad®, Chromebook, and certain Android™ mobile devices (Click here for additional information about Android device compatibility). Lexia PowerUp Literacy is accessible via browser and Chromebook. 

    • The myLexia App (for educators only) is available for the iPhone®iPadiPod® touch, and Apple Watch.

    • Student programs are not available on smartphones.

    • Student programs are not supported on Kindles.

  • How can Lexia support my students and classroom needs?

    Lexia for English Learners
    Audio directions are available in Spanish, Mandarin, Portuguese, Arabic, Vietnamese, and Haitian-Creole in Core5. Lexia addresses oral language, reading, spelling, and writing skills for ELs, allowing them to develop these skills with the rest of their class and receive teacher-directed, personalized instruction when needed. There is an explicit and systematic structure to the student activities as well as embedded scaffolding that allows for differentiated instruction. For students who continue to struggle, teacher-led lessons with structured, scripted instructional strategies target areas of weakness. 


    Lexia in blended learning classrooms
    Core5 and PowerUp seamlessly fit into new or existing blended learning implementations. Both reading programs provide daily progress monitoring data as well as resources to connect student performance data to classroom instruction, setting the foundation for connecting each component of a strong blended learning implementation. Most commonly, Core5 and PowerUp are implemented in classroom rotation, computer lab rotation, and 1:1 device blended learning models.  


    Lexia for literacy interventions
    Lexia is uniquely suited to support Response to Intervention and Multi-Tiered System of Supports models. Data-driven action plans help teachers maximize their time by focusing attention where it is needed most by identifying and grouping students for instruction based on risk of reading failure, tracking the effectiveness of intervention with real-time diagnostic reports and trend lines, and prescribing the instructional intensity needed to improve performance on grade-level assessments. 


    Lexia in extended-day programs
    Because Lexia licenses allow customers to install the program on as many devices as necessary, schools can leverage available hardware at home or in community centers. At home, students can access Lexia using their personal computers and tablets. This school-to-home connection provides parents and other caregivers with a closer look into to the educational and literacy needs of their child, facilitating better communication between parents and classroom teachers during conferences.  

  • Is there efficacy research on your products?

    Yes! Lexia stands as one of the most rigorously researched and independently evaluated reading programs in the world. In numerous studies published in peer-reviewed journals, Lexia has been found to accelerate the development of critical fundamental literacy skills in elementary grades. Additionally, Lexia’s Research team examined the performance of more than 767,000 students across the country who met their usage goals using Core5, and this is what they found:

    • The vast majority of students (87%) who started Core5 working on skills in their grade level reached their end-of-year,grade-level benchmark or advanced to complete the next grade’s end-of-year benchmark in Core5.

    • More than half of students (53%) who started Core5 working on skills one grade below their grade levelclosed thereading gap and reached their end-of-year, grade-level benchmarkin Core5.

    • Over half of  students (55%) who started Core5 working on skills two or moregrades below their grade level substantially reduced  their risk for reading  failure, ending the school  year working  on skills in their grade level or reached  their end-of-year, grade-level  benchmark in Core5.

    These gains were not just limited to Lexia’s own instructional benchmarks. Their success translated into improved performance in commonly used assessments such as STAR, MAP, DIBELS Next, and AIMSwebRead the full correlation reports.

  • Do you offer implementation services?

    Yes! Lexia's instructional products are proven effective when implemented with fidelity, so to ensure the best possible outcome for your school or district, we partner with you to meet your specific literacy goals through a sustainable, measurable, and successful implementation. Your assigned Implementation Manager will proactively consult with and assist your team throughout the year including launch training, data coaching, and success metrics reviews. Implementation services are customizable, so for more information, click here.

  • What kind of customer support do you offer?

    Lexia's customer support team can provide answers to all technical questions and provide guidance on how to use Lexia products. Support is available via phone and email Monday—Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST (except holidays). For more information about Lexia Support, click here.

  • Where can I find pricing information?

    For pricing questions, please contact Lexia sales at 800-435-3942, or click here to fill out a contact form and a Lexia representative will reach out to you.

  • Can I purchase Lexia products for home use or homeschool purposes?

    While Lexia Learning does not sell individual licenses for home use/homeschool, you can purchase Lexia products through the Family Literacy Centers.

  • Do you offer a math program?

    No. Lexia Learning only offers products for literacy instruction and assessment.