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Live from NECC: Automated Reading

Lexia Learning Systems has announced the launch of Lexia Reading® Version 6.0.
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Lexia Learning Systems has announced the launch of Lexia Reading® Version 6.0. The new Auto Placement functionality helps students to quickly begin using Lexia Reading at their individually suited skill level; while new Auto Promotion functionality automatically advances students to increasingly challenging levels of Lexia Reading,
allowing teachers more time to focus on instruction. For more information, visit http://www.lexialearning.com



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