Resources for Literacy Learning
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Lexia® Core5® Reading Benefits Students in Kindergarten and First Grade
A large-scale study found that kindergarten and first-grade students who used Lexia® Core5® Reading had significantly higher scores than nonCore5 students on a standardized reading test.
Efficacy of the Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® Program: State Test Score Improvements for Struggling and Non-Proficient Readers
Struggling and non-proficient readers who used Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® significantly outperformed control students on an end-of-year state assessment of reading.
Impact of Lexia® Core5® Reading on Emergent Bilinguals
This report summarizes research findings showing the benefits of Lexia® Core5® Reading for Emergent Bilinguals.
Evidence of Reading Growth Following 3 Months of Lexia® Core5® Reading Use
Students from an economically disadvantaged school demonstrated improved performance on a national reading assessment following three months of Lexia® Core5® Reading use.
Supporting Struggling and Non-Proficient Middle School Readers with the Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® Program
Struggling and non-proficient readers who used Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® significantly outperformed controls on a standardized reading test.
Lexia® Core5® Reading Benefits English Learners in a Summer Program
English Learners who used Lexia® Core5® Reading in an intensive summer program showed greater reading gains than English Learners who did not participate in the program.
Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® and NWEA MAP® Growth™ Reading
Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® performance measures are valid indicators of reading ability based on comparisons with scores on NWEA MAP Growth Reading test.
Impact of Core5 for Entering English Learners With Low English Proficiency
English Learners who scored at the lowest language proficiency level on WIDA made large gains on a standardized reading test following two years of using Lexia® Core5® Reading.