Accelerating Literacy Growth During the COVID Pandemic
During the 2020-2021 school year, Lexia® programs offered robust academic support, opportunities for differentiated instruction, Assessment Without Testing®, and personalized learning to the students who needed it most. As a result, 80% of students who used Lexia programs did not experience learning loss. In this guide, find out more about how Lexia helped students across the nation navigate an uncertain school year.
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