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.
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Meet Individual Student Needs With Lexia PowerUp Literacy
Discover why educators at Nokomis Elementary School in California implemented Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® for adolescent learners. Plus, learn more about how PowerUp meets individual student needs with self-administered pacing.
Lexia PowerUp Literacy U.S. Infographic
More than 800,000 adolescent students across the U.S. received literacy assistance from Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® during the 2022-2023 school year. Find out more about how Lexia® empowered students and educators.
How to Implement a Sustainable Tutoring Program with Lexia
Using evidence-based interventions for high-dosage tutoring is one of the most effective ways to accelerate learning. Research-based curriculum, such as Lexia® Core5® Reading and Lexia® PowerUp Literacy®, can be used to follow best practices for successful high-dosage tutoring that makes up for lost instructional time.
Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® U.S. Annual Charter School Report
Charter school students who used PowerUp with fidelity made substantial advances toward grade-level content.
PowerUp and Renaissance Star Reading Validity Report
PowerUp® Literacy® performance measures are valid indicators of reading ability based on comparisons with scores on Renaissance Star Reading test.
Arkansas Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® ACT Aspire Validity Report 2020-21
Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® performance measures were shown to be valid indicators of reading ability based on comparisons with scores on the ACT Aspire English Language Arts (ELA) assessment.
Georgia Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® GMAS Validity Report 2020-21
PowerUp performance measures were shown to be valid indicators of reading ability based on comparisons with scores on the GMAS English Language Arts (ELA) assessment. Students who completed higher percentages of PowerUp activities scored higher on the GMAS ELA assessment.