Research Brief: Using Lexia Core5 Reading to Address Learning Loss and Accelerate Learning
This study analyzed associations between Lexia® Core5® Reading (Core5) usage and MAP Growth Reading test scores from fall 2020 and winter 2021. Students were using Core5 to address pandemic related learning loss and accelerate learning. The sample included 12,956 students from 35 schools in California, Michigan, and North Carolina. On average, students met Core5 usage targets for an average of nine weeks between fall 2020 and winter 2021.
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Research Brief: Educator Perceptions of Teaching and Learning in Fall 2021
This research brief describes educators’ expectations for teaching and learning in the 2021-22 academic year. Data come from a nationwide survey of over 1000 teachers and school leaders and focus groups. Results indicate that educators are concerned about students’ readiness but feel prepared to support their education.
Research Brief: Accelerating Reading Skills among EL and non-EL Middle Schoolers: An Evaluation of the Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® Program
PowerUp users outgained non-users by nearly 30 points on a fluency test measuring word identification, syntactic processing and basic reading comprehension.