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?
Four Realistic Expectations About Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in the Classroom
Increase long-term commitment and successful implementation by developing realistic expectations for educators and administrators about translating research conclusions into tangible instruction practices with Dr. Shayne Piasta.
How Diverse Language Experiences Shape Learning
During this webinar, leaders in Emergent Bilingual studies discuss the importance of a people-first approach, how bilingualism and executive functions interact to influence literacy outcomes, how the science of reading applies to Emergent Bilingual language and literacy instruction, and the importance of environmental factors.
Supporting Diverse Multilingual Learners
During this Emergent Bilingual Week session, learn about the context and importance of asset-based labeling and terminology, and hear about research findings related to the specific needs of experienced multilinguals, dual-language learners, newcomers, and students with limited or interrupted formal education.
Improved Outcomes: PowerUp Summary of Research
PowerUp is proven to be up to 5 times as effective as the average middle school reading intervention, making it the most trusted secondary literacy programs available to educators.
Are you prepared to select high-quality intervention tools?
The Virginia Literacy Act ensures intervention programs are aligned with scientifically based practices and high-quality instructional materials.
The Science of Reading: The Answer to Helping Struggling Readers
Dys-what? Learn about a factor that might be hindering the ability to read for students with dyslexia—dysteachia. Dysteachia, or the mismatch of the instruction students with dyslexia receive and the instruction they need, can make it that much harder for students to reach literacy success.
Engagement, Motivation, Empowerment: Literacy Learning Strategies with John Arthur
Join 2021 Utah Teacher of the Year John Arthur as he walks listeners through the three-step process he implemented in his classroom to earn impactful literacy results for his students.
The Science of Reading and Implementation in ELL and Emergent Bilingual Instruction
The Reading League’s Kari Kurto and Lexia’s José Viana, Ed.D., formerly of the U.S. Department of Education, bust myths about the science of reading and share recommendations about how to support multilingual learners for high achievement and equitable, positive literacy outcomes.
Lexia® English WIDA Standards Progress Report
During the 2022-2023 school year, Lexia® English Language Development® supported diverse learning needs and dynamic implementations reaching 65,965 students in 3,244 schools using the WIDA language proficiency standards. The outcomes were considerable—read the full results to learn more.