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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Educational Leaders: Retain Your Teachers With These Useful Strategies
For teachers overwhelmed by students’ needs arising from the pandemic, there are specific ways administrators can create a supportive school environment to increase teacher retention. Teachers want to be valued as professionals and contribute to their school communities. Discover specific strategies to help.
8 Dyslexia Resources for Educators: A Curated List
Do you know how dyslexia manifests and what students with dyslexia need to succeed? We gathered some of the latest research, interviews, white papers, guides, and expert-led webinars in this curated list.
Evidence-Based: Does the Science of Reading Really Work?
When classroom and district leaders implement science of reading-based instruction, all students benefit. Whether the evidence-based instruction comes from better-informed teachers through professional development, or supplements the teacher through a literacy software program, the science of reading is proven to help all students learn to read.
The State of Literacy Affairs
Maria Murray, Founder and CEO of The Reading League, weighs in on the state of literacy affairs including what’s going well and what still needs work.
Five Strategies for Implementing Science of Reading and Cultural Support for Multilingual Students
Discover how to move away from the Long-Term English Learner label with academic and cultural support. From culturally responsive teaching to evidence-based instructional tools, learn to foster inclusive environments, where every student flourishes and reaches their full potential with these five useful strategies.
Lexia’s top 7 resources for adolescent literacy learning and instruction
Curious about adolescent literacy learning? Not sure how to approach professional development for teachers of older students? These resources support school and district leaders in addressing the diverse literacy needs of students in grades 4-8.
Three Reasons All Teachers Need to Teach Reading
The top priority for school leaders is to recruit and retain highly qualified teachers. This is the most important factor for student achievement. The second priority is to provide teachers with professional learning that trains and supports them as they help students become proficient readers.
Finding Common Ground During the Reading Wars
After decades of clashing philosophies on the best method to teach students to read, is it possible to set differences aside and find common ground? Learn how a group of California educators found common ground.
Evidence-Based Science of Reading Strategies for Instruction
It is critical teachers and students have the tools to thrive when learning how to read. That’s why Lexia® has put together this comprehensive guide for the evidence behind teaching reading. Join us in exploring these effective science of reading strategies.