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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Lexia English: Equity Speaks Everyone’s Language
Discover how Lexia supports, and believes in, our Emergent Bilingual students with an asset-model approach that supports every student–no matter their unique learning needs. Equity speaks everyone’s language.
Assessment Without Testing: Smart Technology for Insightful Teaching
Discover how Lexia’s Assessment Without Testing technology gives educators real-time, actionable insights for accelerating learning and providing equitable instruction to all.
Lexia English US Infographic
More than 87,000 students in more than 4,000 schools across the nation used Lexia® English during the 2021-2022 school year. Educators reported their students’ English-speaking skills improved significantly as test scores also improved. Find out more about how Lexia® empowered students and educators.
2021-2022 Lexia® English ELPA21 Standards Progress Report
During the 2021-2022 school year, Lexia® English supported diverse learning needs and dynamic implementations reaching an estimated 7,443 students in 609 schools using the ELPA21 language proficiency standards. The outcomes were substantial—read the full results to learn more.
2021-2022 Lexia® English WIDA Standards Progress Report
During the 2021-2022 school year, Lexia® English supported diverse learning needs and dynamic implementations reaching an estimated 33,797 students in 2,047 schools using the WIDA language proficiency standards. The outcomes were considerable—read the full results to learn more.
Learning Loss and Acceleration
Despite some stark findings in the most recent Nation’s Report Card, there are resources available to help teacher’s accelerate their students’ literacy learning. Join Dr. Tiffany Hogan and Dr. Liz Brooks on The Learning Leadership Society to hear more.
Impact of Lexia Core5 Reading in California Schools
This school-level study describes the impact of Core5 on third grade student achievement in California between Core5 and non-Core5 schools. Results from 1,477 schools showed that schools with strong Core5 implementation had better school achievement on the third grade Smarter Balanced English Language Arts assessment than California schools that did not use Core5. Additionally, Core5 schools that had more third grade students meeting their Core5 usage targets were associated with higher third grade Smarter Balanced English Language Arts outcomes.
LETRS Annual Report
In the wake of the national teacher shortage, Lexia® LETRS Professional Learning delivered educators the support they needed in and outside of the classroom. This infographic depicts how educators across the country relied on LETRS Professional Learning during the 2021–2022 instructional year. Explore the solutions educators found most useful from Lexia LETRS in the 2021–2022 report.
Changing School Culture to Retain and Recruit Teachers
Creating a learning community—where students, teachers, and parents thrive; where all stakeholders are valued for their contributions; and where innovation and dedication are rewarded—is a strategy that can combat turnover, retain teachers, and improve recruitment.