Lexia products are more than research based, they are research proven. As one of the most rigorously researched and independently evaluated reading programs in the world, Lexia has been proven to accelerate the development of critical fundamental literacy skills in elementary grades in eight studies published in peer-reviewed journals. All of Lexia's published studies followed rigorous scientific standards, including the use of control groups, pre-testing/post-testing, standardized and norm-referenced reading tests, and stringent statistical data analysis.
Published Research Studies
This 2017 study examined the role of teacher engagement in student motivation and achievement in a blended learning environment. The previous studies examined the efficacy of using computer-assisted instruction to supplement a phonics-based reading curriculum for preschoolers and kindergartners in an urban public school system.
This 2015 study investigated the potential benefits of a blended learning approach on the reading skills of low socioeconomic status students in Grades 1 and 2.
This 2017 study examined the implementation of a blended learning program for literacy instruction across kindergarten through Grade 5 in a Title I urban elementary school, including a population of students (18%) who are English learners.
This 2011 study (conducted in Kindergarten classes using a bilingual education model in a rural Texas district) demonstrates that Lexia Reading supports English Language Learners (ELL students) in acquiring fundamental literacy skills.
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Explore research presentations by members of Lexia's Education and Research Department, including research on Lexia's efficacy and pedagogical components at conferences around the world.