K-12 Literacy Support for Pennsylvania
Lexia® supports the literacy needs of Pennsylvania students and educators.
Lexia® Core5® Reading and Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® are two shining examples of our research-proven solutions that are aligned to the Pennsylvania Core and Academic Standards. Through our singular focus on literacy, we empower administrators, principals, and teachers with the data and resources needed to prepare students for success.
Core5 for Pennsylvania
Reasons to Choose Core5
Core5 is designed for students in grades pre-K–5 working below, in, or above ELA standards. This powerful literacy program provides individualized learning pathways, all while keeping the teacher at the center.
Research-Proven Results for English Learners
See the research-proven results how Lexia Core5 Reading improves the reading performance for English Learners with beginner-level language and reading skills.
Assessment Without Testing in Pennsylvania
See how Lexia Core5 Reading complements the Pennsylvania Core Standards. The program's Assessment Without Testing allows educators to get progress-monitoring data without stopping instruction for a testing event.
PowerUp for Pennsylvania
"Finding a program like PowerUp that allows students to achieve success within their own private comfort zone is very important."
—Teacher, Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit Pennsylvania
Reasons to Choose PowerUp for Pennsylvania
PowerUp is designed for adolescent students in grades 6–12 working below ELA standards. This personalized and age-appropriate program helps a majority of students advance three grade levels of literacy skills in just one school year.
Lexia English for Pennsylvania
Reasons to Choose Lexia English for Pennsylvania
Lexia English Language Development is designed for Emergent Bilinguals in grades K-6. This adaptive blended learning program provides speaking, listening, and grammar practice through academic conversations.
Lexia Boosts Charter School Success—Northeast
Each student, and each charter school, is unique. See how charter schools across the northeast region met students where they were with Lexia's personalized literacy programs.
PowerUp & The Science of Reading
Discover how the adolescent program, PowerUp, supports the science of reading and Structured Literacy.
The Need for Research-Based Literacy Professional Learning
LETRS® is answering Pennsylvania's call for research-based literacy professional learning. Download our Education Insight to learn what the research shows about educating teachers in the science of reading.
Lexia® Core5® Reading & the Science of Reading
Discover how Core5 supports the science of reading and Structured Literacy. Download the flyer.
State Progress Reports
2021-2022 Core5 Pennsylvania State Progress Report
Read the 2021-2022 school year results for students who used Lexia® Core5® Reading across Pennsylvania.
Proven by Users
Superintendent Sets Sights on Aggressive Literacy Goal— And Succeeds
When she first arrived in Susquehanna Township School District, Superintendent Tamara Willis found the district lacked sufficient materials to support a core reading program. As Willis began to search for a literacy program that would support teachers and engage students, she learned about a neighboring district’s success with Lexia® Core5® Reading, an adaptive blended learning literacy program. When she reviewed Core5, Willis immediately saw that it was motivating and engaging for students. Importantly, it also provided instructional support for the six areas of reading, including phonics, that are necessary for literacy proficiency.
“After only a year and a half of using Core5, our PSSA (Pennsylvania System School Assessment) scores rose 14%, and our SPP (School Performance Profile) score went up 10 points.”
Proven by Users
Building Better Futures Through Literacy
Decades of research have linked educational programs in correctional schools to positive outcomes. Read how the staff at CSIU used Lexia® PowerUp to personalize and accelerate learning for this often overlooked population.
The percentage of students in the Foundational zone reduced from 48% to 17%, while the Advanced zone grew from 2% to 46%.