“Core5 helps teachers target specific areas in literacy in which our students need guidance. The progress-monitoring data serves as a powerful tool to communicate with not only students, but with teachers and parents as well. Core5 delivers rigorous instruction at the appropriate level for each student to help build phonological awareness, phonics, fluency and comprehension skills. In addition, the program offers teachers scripted lessons for students who struggle and reinforcement activities for students to practice newly acquired skills.”
Esther Mesa, 2nd-Grade Teacher Somerset Academy, Miramar Broward County Public Charter Schools, Florida
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Read the 2017–2018 school year results for over 23,000 K–5 students who used Lexia in 165 schools across the state of Florida.
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Cookie Cutter Doesn’t Cut It: How a Research-Proven Reading Program Led to Growth
“Year after year, we had been looking for a resource to improve reading among our students in grades 1 and 2,” remarked Alexandra Prieto, principal of Somerset Academy Miramar. Somerset had been using a technology-based literacy program, but Prieto was unhappy with the results. It was clear it was time to look for an alternative. Challenged by the wide variety of literacy levels in the school, Prieto knew students needed a proven literacy program that would allow teachers to differentiate their instruction with real-time student progress-monitoring. Her teachers required data that was reliable, actionable, and easy to interpret.
The percent of students working in or above grade level in Core5 increased from 48% to 95%.
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Strong Leadership Drives Student Literacy Gains
With 49% of students reading below grade level and a staff with varying degrees of literacy instruction experience, a Florida elementary principal needed a solution that would accelerate student development and better equip teachers.
In only six months, the percentage of students working in or above grade level in Core5 increased dramatically from 40% to 82%.