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Lexia Learning partners with Education Elements to support blended learning

Lexia Learning®, a Rosetta Stone® company, has partnered with Education Elements, provider of blended learning solutions, to integrate its Lexia Reading Core5™ program with Education Elements’ Personalized Learning Platform.
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Lexia Learning®, a Rosetta Stone® company, has partnered with Education Elements, provider of blended learning solutions, to integrate its Lexia Reading Core5™ program with Education Elements’ Personalized Learning Platform. The integration enables students to access Lexia’s reading content and educators to access data and analysis tools alongside those of other programs and systems instead of having to move from program to program manually.

Covering phonological awareness, phonics, structural analysis, automaticity/fluency, vocabulary and comprehension, Lexia Reading Core5 is designed to help students of all abilities meet the most rigorous reading standards, including the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

Users of Education Elements’ Personalized Learning Platform will be able to view up-to-date Lexia data in the context of data sets from other programs and log in to Lexia with a single click to get additional views of real-time Lexia data detailing student progress across groups, class subjects, and standards.

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