Partnership will support literacy education

Lexia Learning Systems, Inc.® and the Consortium On Reading Excellence, Inc.  have announced a partnership that will help school districts to build capacity for effective instruction that incorporates the use of tools such as Lexia Reading®.
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Lexia Learning Systems, Inc.® and the Consortium On Reading Excellence, Inc. (CORE) have announced a partnership that will help school districts to build capacity for effective instruction that incorporates the use of tools such as Lexia Reading®. Districts using Lexia’s software for essential reading practice, instruction and assessment, will now benefit from CORE’s literacy professional development and comprehensive implementation assistance.

CORE’s programs provide ongoing coaching, mentoring and support services at the elementary and secondary level, as well as programs specifically focused on Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI) strategies.

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Partnership will support literacy education

Lexia Learning Systems, Inc.® and the Consortium On Reading Excellence, Inc.  have announced a partnership that will help school districts to build capacity for effective instruction that incorporates the use of tools such as Lexia Reading®.

Lexia Learning and Florida Center for Reading Research Announce Partnership to Transform Literacy Assessment in America

Education-Technology Leader Lexia Enters the Nearly $700M Formative Assessment Market with Groundbreaking New Solution   BOSTON — March 27, 2014 — Lexia Learning®, a Rosetta Stone® (NYSE:RST) company, today announced a long-term strategic partnership with researchers from the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) focusing on research and innovation in the area of language and literacy assessment. In 2014, Lexia and FCRR will launch a computer-adaptive, K–12 assessment that will quickly and accurately identify student needs, and provide teachers the instructional strategies necessary to address individual student skill gaps.