Resources for Literacy Learning
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Core5 Enhances Reading Growth in Students with Disabilities
This randomized control trial showed that Core5 was more effective than comparable programs in leading to reading growth in students with disabilities.
Nationwide Shift to Science of Reading Helps Students With Dyslexia
Ninety-five percent of students can learn to read when they receive instruction based on the science of reading, including students with dyslexia and other disabilities. However, dyslexia can be difficult to identify and the lingering trauma of the pandemic has made identification more difficult.
How Lexia Core5 Reading Transforms Literacy Learning
Hear from Beth Carstens, an educator at St. Anthony School in Nebraska, about the impact of Lexia® Core5® Reading in her classroom. Watch the video to learn how Core5 supports personalized learning and promotes student engagement.
Building Stronger Readers with Lexia Core5 Reading
In this video, Jennifer Dines, an educator at Mildred Avenue K–8 School in Massachusetts, shares her experience with Lexia® Core5® Reading. From providing offline reinforcement to celebrating student progress, learn how Dines uses Core5 to help accelerate literacy skills.
How Lexia Core5 Reading Data Drives Targeted Instruction
Rebecca Burford, an educator at Nokomis Elementary School in California, shares how the data provided by Lexia® Core5® Reading supports targeted instruction. “The data and report features are phenomenal. And I think it's critical as a classroom teacher that we always know which students need the most support and which students are making the most gains,” she said.
Lexia Core5 Reading U.S. Infographic
In the 2022-2023 school year, Lexia® Core5® Reading reached more than 3.5 million students and helped students across the country make significant literacy gains. The data speaks for itself: Core5 accelerated growth and helped close opportunity gaps in schools.
Core5 and the Oregon Early Literacy Framework
This document provides an overview of how Core5® addresses the guidelines outlined in the Oregon Department of Education’s Early Literacy Framework.
Lexia Core5 Reading and the Science of Reading for Michigan
Instruction informed by the science of reading is key to unlocking literacy achievements for students. Explore how the evidence and application of Lexia® Core5® Reading combine to shape Michigan students into strong readers and writers.
ESSER Funds: Invest in Programs Based on the Science of Reading
In 2021, the ARP ESSER fund was enacted, providing $122.7 billion in federal funding for schools. These funds must be spent on evidence-based interventions by September 30, 2024. Here are some of the most important factors to look for when choosing a literacy program.