Lexia Learning

Lexia Learning is one of the best-known and most highly respected reading technology companies in the world. For  more than 30 years, the company has maintained a keen focus on its promise to improve student literacy through the use of technology, and has helped millions of students build reading skills. 

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612-655-8551
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A Technology-Based Approach to Reading Instruction
Designed as an essential component of every reading curriculum, Lexia Reading Core5 provides explicit, systematic, personalized learning on foundational reading skills, and delivers norm-referenced performance data without interrupting the flow of instruction to administer a test. This scalable, research-proven, technology-based system predicts students’ year-end performance and provides teachers data-driven action plans to help differentiate instruction. Lexia Reading Core5 advances reading skills development for all students pre–K through grade five, and Lexia Strategies, Lexia's program for older students, helps intensify and accelerate learning for at-risk students in grades 6–12.

Research-Proven
Lexia Reading Core5 follows the proven approach recommended by the National Reading Panel, Reading First and leading experts. Students learn skills in sequence, logically building an understanding, while gaining competency and preparing for the next skill. Lexia’s Assessment Without Testing technology determines each student’s skill level and rate of progress, predicts their chance of reaching end-of-year benchmarks and prescribes the instructional intensity to improve performance on grade-level assessments.

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Why Minnesota educators recommend this program for their PreK-grade 3 students.

"Lexia has been a tremendous tool to assist in the development of foundational reading skills at our school. The feedback given to students and teachers makes it fantastic for constant formative assessment. The level of monitoring student progress is almost as if the teacher is sitting one-on-one with each student. When intervention is needed, the teacher is notified in a timely manner by the Lexia monitoring software. A professional judgment can quickly be made about the type and amount of redirection that specific students need to address their challenges.  The students enjoy the program and many choose to use the home access option. Often students are doubling and tripling at home the amount of time they use the program at school."

Tom Berg, Principal
South Washington County Schools
Armstrong Elementary
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1667 Snelling Avenue North, Suite C101
St. Paul, Minnesota, 55108
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