As an ELL (English Language Learner) teacher, I am a huge proponent of Lexia® Core5® Reading. My fifth-grade students have made amazing literacy gains thanks to this program.
Griselda S., 5th Grade ELL Teacher, Lexia Core5
As [students] progress through Lexia® Core5®, they begin to see that if they truly strive, they will succeed ... It’s so rewarding to see my students believing in themselves.
Dayna S., Implementation Specialist, Lexia Core5
At the beginning of the school year, 91% of my first-graders scored below grade level in Core5 and were assigned Pre-K or K material. By March, that was down to 17%! ... Lexia® Core5® has supported me by providing resources for individualized learning to help fill in the learning gaps.
Elrica B., 1st Grade Teacher, Lexia Core5
Teachers were emailing me asking what day it would start and if they could start early! They were really excited because they knew that Lexia® Core5® data would give them the insight they needed to truly help their kids.
Jan E., Assistant Superintendent, Lexia Core5
Going through LETRS, you sit there, moment-by-moment, thinking ‘I should have known this.’ It’s the tool to change lives and change communities.
Ebony L., Ph.D., Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, LETRS
Lexia® Core5® Reading, has helped my students improve their reading skills tremendously. My students are so happy when they move to another level, and we celebrate and cheer for them.
Debora A., 1st Grade Teacher, Lexia Core5
The LETRS course is equipping Alabama’s PreK-third grade teachers with background knowledge about the science of reading, in order to fully support literacy instruction and provide individualized support for students who struggle with learning to read. The initial feedback has been extremely positive from LETRS’ participants and we hope to expand this opportunity.
Barbara C,. Ph.D., Director of Strategic Initiatives and Family Engagement, LETRS
I have a second-grade student who started my class this year knowing only seventeen basic letter sounds. Within two months, he knew all twenty-six letter sounds and some letter combinations. I give tremendous credit to Lexia® Core5® Reading for this growth.
Gracee L., 2nd Grade Teacher and Instructional Coach, Lexia Core5
Two students may be struggling with reading, but for very different reasons. [Lexia RAPID Assessment] is the only screener that helps us easily identify where a student is struggling.
Ashley L., Technology & Curriculum Integration Specialist, Lexia RAPID Assessment
[My students] are becoming leaders, are more successful in the classroom, and are excited about making progress. To influence this kind of change for students is why I became a teacher and why I will continue to use Lexia® PowerUp Literacy®.
Steven B., 6th Grade Humanities and Special Education Teacher, Lexia PowerUp Literacy
As reading instructors, we are finally moving in the right direction. The instructional routines we have learned in our LETRS training have helped our students progress in a way that I have never seen in more than 20 years of teaching. We are embracing the strategies we were taught, and it is so rewarding to see the difference in our students.
Gina C., Title I Instructor, LETRS
[Regarding Lexia® PowerUp Literacy®] I am amazed at the depth of the curriculum: It covers everything from reflexive pronouns and participles to argumentative evidence. Students love that they can choose which skills to work on each day ... There’s always something new that keeps them engaged.
Barbara W., Reading Intervention Teacher, Lexia PowerUp Literacy
Lexia Core5 Reading has been an awesome tool to incorporate in my classroom. It has assisted me in my pursuit to have instruction specifically tailored to each of my students. It has provided me with tremendous resources necessary to facilitate growth through personalized learning.
D'Yana H., 2nd Grade Teacher, Lexia Core5
To date, I have personally heard teachers state that LETRS is a "game changer" for them. They leave each session with enhanced knowledge that, in turn, further informs and guides their professional actions in the classroom as they work with their students.
Lauren K., Retired Deputy Superintendent and Project Specialist, LETRS