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Reading. Literacy. Easier.

We want kids to be able to read. Well. We want them to write. Well. Schools and teachers want them to do that too. Really well.

Among us, we have decades of in-the-trenches practical classroom and administrative experience. We know what works, what’s evidence based, what’s research and practice proven. We know how to make learning more effective, and we have the tools schools need to ramp up their learners’ achievement.

We can help improve literacy and reading comprehension programs for everyone, from struggling readers, to gifted and talented, and everyone in between.

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Reading Plus. Silent Reading Fluency: The Bridge to Comprehension

Academic Edge is the #1 provider for Reading Plus implementation sales and support in Kentucky, and now in Ohio. Reading Plus® is a comprehensive, evidence based software solution for reading assessment and improvement that develops foundational fluency skills for students of all ages. Structured activities are individualized for each student’s needs to ensure development of the “unseen and unheard” fluency skills that are taught the least and tested the most. Learn more about our Reading Plus sales, implementation, and support services.

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Lexia Reading Core5. Our World Begins With Reading.

We are the sole source for Lexia implementation, sales and support in Kentucky. Lexia Reading software supports reading skills development in students at all levels of ability, Pre-K through Adult, building skills with explicit practice in phonemic awareness and phonics while promoting gains in fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Learn more about our Lexia Core5 sales, implementation, and support services.

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Symphony Math. A Foundation for Understanding.

We are now the reseller for Symphony Math, a program that covers the math curriculum for K through 5th grade. As such, it is also very effective for struggling 6th graders and above who need help before going to pre-algebra. Integrating the Growth Mindset Ideas of Carol Dweck, the driving force is, I don’t understand that part of Math YET!

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HEY OHIO! We’re new here. We’d like to help your students read better.

We’re pleased to announce service and support for Reading Plus® in Ohio.

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From the learner to the school. The help you need. When you need it.

Education Consulting

Are you looking to improve the educational outcomes for your entire school? Are looking for a systematic and structured approach to school and classroom change? Or are you looking for individual solutions to thorny teaching and learning problems. Our team can help. Let us know about your needs, and we’ll let you know what we can do to help you!

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Ky Tags Academic Edge Client Liberty Elementary as Model Site

Liberty ES, located in Lexington, Kentucky, and an Academic Edge client, has been tagged as a model site for Kentucky educational best practices. “Liberty is currently the only school in the state to boast a score of “exemplary practice” for their RTI,” according to Principal Gerry Brooks. Liberty has worked with the Academic Edge and […]
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Kentucky’s own Bonnieville Elementary Rocks the Lexia Reading Usage Awards

Bonnieville rose to the top among schools from all over the region. Mrs. Holli Butler’s 1/2 Class won a National Lexia Reading Usage award. Kansas? Well, this Kentucky (class) beat Kansas! Alabama? Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma? They rocked them all. Read better Kentucky. Lexia Learning, and the Academic Edge!  
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“Are teachers becoming obsolete?” asks article….

“Are teachers becoming obselete?” asks article. Of course not! But the way we teach has been changing, mostly for the better, for decades…. Paul Barnwell, in an article in The Atlantic, reflects: Leaving my school building the other day, I had an unexpected realization: Perhaps a computer was a more effective teacher than I currently […]
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