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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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.
Executive Summary: Florida Challenges and Solutions
Florida educational leaders are faced with many challenges around the FAST assessment, B.E.S.T. standards, and new legislation. In this document, Lexia® has identified three top challenges and discusses proven solutions to address them.
A Checklist for Creating a Culturally Responsive Classroom
Is your classroom environment equitable, diverse, and inclusive? Use this checklist to find out.
Continuity of Learning Checklist for Forward-Thinking Leaders
With the disruptions of the pandemic, many schools are crafting plans to ensure continuity of learning in the event of future closures. This checklist will help educators develop a plan that allows learning to continue effectively if schooling becomes remote again.
Summer Learning with Lexia English
Support your Emergent Bilingual learners in the summer and beyond with Lexia English.
A Checklist to Ensure Digital Equity Is About More Than Devices and Access
Use this checklist to deepen understanding of what digital equity is by making digital inclusion explicit and quantifiable. Do teachers have the resources, technology tools, and agency to ensure that equity is available for every student, including those who have previously not had access?
Teaching Phoneme Awareness 2023: A Guide for Educators
In support of their webinar, Lucy Hart Paulson, CCC-SLP, Ed.D., author of LETRS® for Early Childhood Educators, and Shira Naftel, M.Ed., Mount St. Joseph University, share the new guide, "Teaching Phoneme Awareness 2023: A Guide for Educators."