Resources for Literacy Learning
Get the latest research, insights, and thought leadership from Lexia’s literacy experts, and learn more about how we help develop critical literacy skills for a wide variety of educational environments.
To ensure improved student learning and educator outcomes, we hold ourselves to a higher standard of efficacy. Why?
Lexia LETRS Efficacy Research
Lexia® Learning is the Structured Literacy expert. For more than 30 years, the company has focused solely on literacy and today provides a full spectrum of solutions for both students and teachers. Included in the Lexia® portfolio is Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling, 3rd Edition (LETRS®). This document summarizes the efficacy research studies that demonstrate the evidence base for LETRS.
Does It Work? Separating the Signal From the Noise in Efficacy Claims
When educational programs make claims of efficacy, effect size seems like a bias-free way to compare them. But while effect size promises clarity, using it as the only metric for evaluating interventions comes with pros and cons that are examined in this insight.
Impact of Using Lexia English in Arizona
This research brief describes the relationship between use of Lexia English and growth on the Arizona English-Language Learner Assessment (AZELLA) from 2020-2021.
The Big Resignation: What Leaders Can Do To Retain Good Educators and Recruit New Talent
This Insight discusses proven techniques for school leaders to create an environment that is open and supportive for all. Learn how to build a shared vision that everyone in our organization embraces.
Expanding Educational Equity in No Uncertain Terms: Equity Begins With High-Quality Instruction for All Students
Lexia is expanding educational equity into a framework of three intersecting elements: instructional equity, cultural equity, and digital equity. In this first of the series, learn how expanding equity begins with providing high-quality instruction for all students.
The Science of Reading vs. Balanced Literacy
Why are only 35% of students reading proficiently when we know 95% of students can learn to read? Discover the differences between the two most popular approaches to reading today (it’s not just phonics!), and learn how to help every student succeed.
Teacher Turnover and the Future of Literacy: How to Hold On
As schools aim to ease teacher burnout, one viable solution is investing in professional learning. Watch this webinar to see why a renewed focus on literacy teachers’ knowledge and skills can ultimately improve student outcomes.
PowerUp US Annual Charter School Report
See how charter school students used Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® in the 2021-2022 school year.
What is the Science of Reading? How the Human Brain Learns to Read
What is the science of reading? More than just phonics, this body of research covers the different skills that make up reading, how the human brain learns to read, and the most effective way to teach reading. Read on to learn more.