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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The Science of Reading: Tools and Resources to Support Your Literacy Instruction
Think humans are hardwired to read? Think again. In this fascinating paper, a renowned literacy expert dispels long-standing myths about reading. Facts are presented from the science of reading and how educators can better teach reading skills.
Your Educational Equity Lens on Core5 and PowerUp Evaluation Guide
In this guide, we explore point-by-point why Lexia solutions are uniquely suited to support educators in accelerating learning and advancing educational equity.
Your Educational Equity Lens on Lexia English
In this guide, explore how Lexia English is uniquely suited to support educators in accelerating learning for Emergent Bilingual students.
Your Science of Reading Solution: LETRS & Core5
To have the biggest impact on reading success, key elements identified in the Science of Reading must be included in reading programs.
Instructional Support for Students with Dyslexia in Lexia Core5 Reading
Discover how Core5® helps students with dyslexia learn in a highly structured yet individualized way. If you have, or may have, a student with dyslexia in your classroom, this is a must read. Click now to read.
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.
Improve Equity and Accelerate Learning Using ESSER Funding
Download your copy of New Jersey Educator’s Guide for Mitigating Learning Loss with ESSER Funding for answers to your questions on ESSER funding and how Lexia’s evidence-based and research-proven literacy programs can help.
How Effect Size is Raising the Bar for EdTech Evaluation
With the influx of federal emergency funds to advance educational initiatives already in progress, how can you ensure you're getting the best possible program and long term outcomes? Look to effect size.
Why Accent Variation Matters: The Role of Accents in Lexia English
English is a worldwide language, and everyone speaks it with an accent. Lexia English is designed to teach Emergent Bilinguals academic English through speaking, listening, and grammar lessons, while reinforcing the message that there is not a single right way to speak English.