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 & the Science of Reading
Discover how Core5 supports the science of reading and Structured Literacy. Download the flyer.
The Need for Research-Based Literacy Professional Learning
LETRS® is answering Pennsylvania's call for research-based literacy professional learning. Download our Education Insight to learn what the research shows about educating teachers in the science of reading.
Raising the Bar for Literacy with High-Quality Instructional Materials
High-quality instructional materials are essential to effective literacy instruction. State policy makers and education leaders can improve access to these materials by supporting decisions-makers in adopting proven literacy programs and strategies.
Your Science of Reading Solutions for New York
How is the science of reading included into reading programs? Learn how to combine Empowered Educators and Engaged Learners to achieve improved literacy outcomes.
PowerUp Self Guided Data Tour for New York City Educators
Explore the powerful capabilities of myLexia® data reporting in Lexia® PowerUp Literacy®. This reporting is aligned with the New York State Next Generation English Language Arts Learning Standards (NGELA).
Support Advanced Literacy for New York City's Struggling Readers in Grades 6–12 with PowerUp
See how more than 5,600 students in NYC during the 2019-2020 school year used PowerUp. Fifty percent of students with higher usage improved at least one, if not all three, literacy skills.
PowerUp and the Science of Reading
The science of reading isn't just for elementary students—it can help any reader who is struggling, even students in middle and high school. Learn how Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® uses the science of reading and Structured Literacy to help students become successful readers.