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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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A Victory for Literacy in Virginia
Beginning in 2023, the state of Virginia will welcome the science of reading and Structured Literacy into its classrooms. The passage of the Virginia Literacy Act is a sign of landmark progress in the state, and a victory for students, teachers, and families.
Why Emergent Bilinguals Are Both over- and under-identified for Special Education
Historically, lack of understanding about how Emergent Bilinguals learn English led to misidentification of students needing referrals to special education. Teachers need training to understand the difference between students learning a language and students with a learning disability. Here are some helpful questions to ask.
Research-Based Literacy Intervention Techniques
After the COVID-19 pandemic, reading scores have plummeted and there is more pressure than ever to accelerate students’ learning. Lexia® offers research-backed literacy intervention techniques to help get students back on track.
Proven High-Dosage Tutoring Model Gets Students Back on Track
ESSER funds are approved for high-dosage tutoring that helps schools build capacity to supplement literacy instruction and accelerate learning through personalized, consistent, and sustained engagement. Explore the critical factors of successful high-dosage tutoring, proven to be one of the most-effective ways to make up for lost instructional time.
6 Ways to Create a Culturally Responsive Classroom
The number of Emergent Bilingual students in U.S. schools has been steadily increasing. It is critical multilingual learners feel empowered and accepted, but many teachers don’t know how to support these students. We’re tackling the question: How can teachers create a culturally responsive class.
Using ARP ESSER Funding for Professional Learning
Find out why educators should “work backward” so their schools deliver quantifiable results in improving student outcomes. This is a must-read for those interested in ESSER funding.
Listen to the new Lexia podcast: All for Literacy!
All for Literacy brings together researchers, educators, and experts to elevate literacy in America and create real equity in the classroom.
Quiz Yourself: Can you create a classroom that supports Emergent Bilingual students and Emergent Bilinguals with dyslexia?
Accurately identifying Emergent Bilinguals with dyslexia has been difficult until now. Many have been identified with learning disabilities unnecessarily and referred to special education for reading intervention. Are you able to spot the signs of dyslexia in Emergent Bilingual students and differentiate instruction based on their needs?
Assessing and Assisting Working with Emergent Bilingual Students and Students with Dyslexia
In the past, the needs of Emerging Bilinguals (EBs) and students with dyslexia have sometimes been conflated—often resulting in unnecessary referrals to special education classes. Now, brain science and science of reading research inform and support different instructional strategies for language and literacy development.