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.
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.
How Lexia English Supports Emergent Bilinguals with Proven Edtech
This eBook is designed to highlight how educational technology benefits Emergent Bilingual students’ English language acquisition.
Every Student Can Succeed: How Core5’s Adaptive Blended Learning Ensures Elementary Students Receive the Instruction They Deserve
Proactively addressing a wide variety of student needs relies on dynamic coordination across school systems. Prevention frameworks such as Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and Response to Intervention (RTI) emphasize the essential elements of high-quality instruction, screening, progress monitoring, and data-based decision-making in teams (Center on Multi-Tiered Systems of Support). By providing effective instruction at a universal level and gathering regular, reliable information to understand student needs, any identified gaps in opportunity, knowledge, or skills can be addressed before they grow. However, even within tiered systems of support, a disproportionate amount of time and resources is often required to address individual needs at an intensive level.
Every Student Can Succeed: How PowerUp’s Adaptive Blended Learning Ensures 6-12 Students Receive the Instruction They Deserve
Addressing the wide variety of literacy needs of students at the secondary level requires highly effective instruction and intervention systems, at scale. Tiered systems of support, such as Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and Response to Intervention (RTI), emphasize the essential elements of high-quality instruction, screening, progress-monitoring, and data-based decision-making in teams (Center on Multi-Tiered Systems of Support). Yet, secondary educators often face the dual challenges of designing instructional programs in the absence of informative assessment data (Hock et. al, 2009) while also trying to find adequate time for literacy instruction and intervention in the context of busy middle- and high-school schedules.
Find Your North Carolina Funding Sources for Lexia
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Your Science of Reading Solutions for Arizona
Core5 and LETRS are working together in Arizona to increase teacher efficiency and effectiveness.
New York Educators’ Guide for Mitigating Learning Loss with ESSER Funding
Find out what you need to know about ESSER funding as an educator in New York. Download this helpful guide.