Resources for Literacy Learning
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Using Lexia® Core5® Reading to Address Learning Loss and Accelerate Learning
A large-scale study found that use of Lexia® Core5® Reading during the pandemic year helped students overcome learning loss and accelerate learning.
Bolstering Middle School Students' Component Reading Skills: An Evaluation of Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® Blended Learning Program
Students in middle school who used Lexia PowerUp Literacy outgained control students on a fluency test assessing multiple reading skills.
Impact of Lexia® Core5® Reading on Hispanic Students
This report summarizes research findings demonstrating the benefits of Lexia® Core5® Reading for Hispanic Students.
Fostering Student Engagement in the Lexia® Core5® Program Through Developmental Theory and Program Data
Core5 has been continuously upgraded to enhance student motivation.
Lexia® Core5® and STAR Early Literacy™ and STAR Reading™
Core5 performance measures were shown to be valid indicators of reading ability based on comparisons with scores on the STAR Early Literacy and STAR Reading assessments.
Lexia® Core5® Reading Enhances Reading Growth in Students With Disabilities
Students with reading and language-based disabilities who used Lexia® Core5® Reading significantly outperformed control students on a standardized reading test.
Product Analysis: Differential Responses to Personalized Learning Recommendations Revealed by Event-Related Analysis
Personalized usage targets help teachers tailor usage to student needs, and meeting usage targets helps students stay on track.
An investigation of blended learning to support reading instruction in elementary schools
This study evaluated effects of the blended learning program Core5 for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
The Journal of Special Education (2014)
This study examined the effects of a Lexia program on the word reading skills of students with mild disabilities in grades 4-6. The study assessed three targeted reading skills per student. Findings revealed that in nearly all cases students met mastery criteria for the reading skills in which they were assessed. Some students were able to meet mastery of reading skills with the Lexia program alone, while others needed additional direct instruction. Student performance levels for each skill were maintained after students stopped using the Lexia program. Student perceptions of the Lexia program were positive.