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Lexia Reading App for iPad now available

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The Lexia Reading® app for iPad® is now available on the Apple app store at www.itunes.com/appstore/. The new app from Lexia Learning® allows students to use the Lexia Early Reading® and Lexia Primary Reading® programs on iPad 2 and higher.

Lexia developed Lexia Reading to accelerate reading development for students of all abilities. The program predicts which students are unlikely to meet their year-end benchmarks and then provides a customized action plan and instructional resources for teacher-led, direct skill instruction to address specific skill gaps. Each of the age-appropriate, skill-specific activities conforms to the Common Core State Standards.

An iPad app version of Lexia Strategies for Older Students®, a program supporting struggling students in grades 4–12, is currently in development with an anticipated launch date of August 31, 2013.

The Lexia Reading® app for iPad® is now available on the Apple app store at www.itunes.com/appstore/. The new app from Lexia Learning® allows students to use the Lexia Early Reading® and Lexia Primary Reading® programs on iPad 2 and higher.

Lexia developed Lexia Reading to accelerate reading development for students of all abilities. The program predicts which students are unlikely to meet their year-end benchmarks and then provides a customized action plan and instructional resources for teacher-led, direct skill instruction to address specific skill gaps. Each of the age-appropriate, skill-specific activities conforms to the Common Core State Standards.

An iPad app version of Lexia Strategies for Older Students®, a program supporting struggling students in grades 4–12, is currently in development with an anticipated launch date of August 31, 2013. - See more at: http://www.schoolcio.com/cio-trends-&-resources/0114/lexia-reading-app-for-ipad-now-available/53909#sthash.gCuGmWs7.dpuf
The Lexia Reading® app for iPad® is now available on the Apple app store at www.itunes.com/appstore/. The new app from Lexia Learning® allows students to use the Lexia Early Reading® and Lexia Primary Reading® programs on iPad 2 and higher.

Lexia developed Lexia Reading to accelerate reading development for students of all abilities. The program predicts which students are unlikely to meet their year-end benchmarks and then provides a customized action plan and instructional resources for teacher-led, direct skill instruction to address specific skill gaps. Each of the age-appropriate, skill-specific activities conforms to the Common Core State Standards.

An iPad app version of Lexia Strategies for Older Students®, a program supporting struggling students in grades 4–12, is currently in development with an anticipated launch date of August 31, 2013. - See more at: http://www.schoolcio.com/cio-trends-&-resources/0114/lexia-reading-app-for-ipad-now-available/53909#sthash.gCuGmWs7.dpuf
The Lexia Reading® app for iPad® is now available on the Apple app store at www.itunes.com/appstore/. The new app from Lexia Learning® allows students to use the Lexia Early Reading® and Lexia Primary Reading® programs on iPad 2 and higher.

Lexia developed Lexia Reading to accelerate reading development for students of all abilities. The program predicts which students are unlikely to meet their year-end benchmarks and then provides a customized action plan and instructional resources for teacher-led, direct skill instruction to address specific skill gaps. Each of the age-appropriate, skill-specific activities conforms to the Common Core State Standards.

An iPad app version of Lexia Strategies for Older Students®, a program supporting struggling students in grades 4–12, is currently in development with an anticipated launch date of August 31, 2013. - See more at: http://www.schoolcio.com/cio-trends-&-resources/0114/lexia-reading-app-for-ipad-now-available/53909#sthash.gCuGmWs7.dpuf

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