Wisconsin

"Lexia has helped my students learn skills I could never have imagined teaching them. They love the characters and content and children are self-driven to complete the levels and reach the second half!  Lexia has wonderful data to track your student learning and because it's a Rosetta Stone product, you know it's great at teaching language."
 

—Amanda Barber, Walker Elementary School, WI

 

School Districts in Wisconsin and Illinois Leverage Lexia Reading Core5 to Drive Literacy Gains as Part of Personalized Learning and 1:1 Initiatives 

Having worked with Lexia Learning for nearly two decades and an Apple Distinguished 1:1 District award recipient, Berwyn South School District 100 in Illinois deployed Lexia Reading Core5 across all elementary schools at the beginning of the 2014–15 school year. “When we had the opportunity to implement Lexia with our district-wide Apple iPad® and MacBook® laptop program, we had no hesitation whatsoever,” said Colleen Cummings, director of special education at Berwyn South School District 100. “Our struggling readers needed a structured reading program like Lexia that applies proven research, science and methodologies to accelerate fundamental literacy skills acquisition. By providing our students with this relevant program for literacy, coupled with our 1:1 devices, we believe we now have all the right pieces in place so that learning never stops.  And the data is echoing that fact.”  

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