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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Paving the Way Forward: Reclaim Certainty When Evaluating Literacy Program Effectiveness
Districts and schools have critical decisions to make regarding funding. Sustainable, evidence-based programs will not only get students back on track but also prepare them for the future.
Ensuring Literacy Instruction Meets the Needs of All Learners
With equitable literacy instruction, more students will have the skills they need for academic success and beyond. Learn how to better meet the needs of all learners.
Accelerate Student Outcomes with Adaptive Blended Learning
This Insight highlights strategies to recover from the massive disruptions in learning caused by COVID-19. Learn how adaptive blended learning accelerates reading development and helps educators focus instruction where students need it most.
Embrace the Asset Model for the Benefit of All Students
Learn how all students can benefit from teachers who embrace a positive asset model that acknowledges and honors the individual student and builds upon what they do know rather than the skills they lack.
Level Up: Embracing Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Pedagogy for Emergent Bilingual Students
Read this Insight to learn about instructional strategies that position Emergent Bilingual students’ cultures and linguistic knowledge as strengths and assets before emphasizing the impact that culturally sustaining practices can have on all students in diverse classrooms.
Standard English Is a Myth: Bringing an Asset-Based Approach to Accents
This Education Insight explains why standard English and its “non-accent” are myths. Learn about the detrimental effects of stigmatizing accents and ways to address accent bias in the classroom to bring us closer to educational equity.
When We Know Better, We Do Better: The Relationship Between Teacher Knowledge and Effective RTI
Teacher expertise makes all the difference. Learn how deep knowledge of the Response to Intervention framework helps teachers support all students as they develop the skills and strategies necessary to read and spell accurately and automatically
The Need for Research-Based Literacy Professional Learning
Why aren't the proven components of reading being taught to teachers before they enter the classroom? Learn the answer to this question and find out how to better prepare teachers with the knowledge and tools they need to improve literacy for every student.
Towards Educational Equity: Empowering Literacy Teachers
The key to unlocking educational equity is empowering literacy teachers with the tools and knowledge they need to help all students reach their full potential. This paper discusses three ways districts can empower teachers and foster more equitable literacy environments.