Lexia Core5 News
Academic Edge and Kentucky Reading Teachers: 9 Years; 100,000 readers. We’re Better Together!
Wow! Thank you Kentucky for helping us grow from a handful of classes in 2008, to supporting more than 100,000 Kentucky readers using Lexia Learning today! It’s amazing how time flies when you are having fun, right? And reading is fun! Especially when you are able to read efficiently and effectively, which is what the […]Read more »
Kentucky’s Sparrow Early Childhood Center wins Lexia Video Contest
How do you improve reading among Kentucky students. Our data speaks for itself: Use Lexia! Sparrow Early Childhood Center’s marked improvement in outcomes is attributable in no small part, according to Janice Meredith, the Principal at this Anderson County, Kentucky school, to using Lexia Core5. The percent of students working in or above grade level […]Read more »
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 […]Read more »
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!Read more »
Ohio taking reading “to the next level” with Lexia
Nice article about Lexia use in Ohio….Read more »
Kentucky’s Southside Elementary wins Lexia Share Your Story Contest. Pizza party!
Reading, Cheering, Making a Difference: Ms. Cole’s Southside Elementary did it all in style! What do 15 students in South Central Kentucky have in common? There class bested all others at the Lexia Reading Share Your Story challenge, that’s what! And earned a pizza party in the process. Reading is awesome. Reading and pizza, even better! Share […]Read more »
Lexia Learning Wins Big in 3 Categories
Lexia Learning Wins Big in 3 Categories Are you using the best reading programs for your Kentucky schools? Lexia was named a Platinum winner in three categories of the T.H.E. Journal 2016 Readers’ Choice Award. “As one of many fans reported, platinum winner Lexia’s literacy program ‘is valuable mainly for the students, but it is […]Read more »
How’d Kentucky do with Lexia Reading in 2015-16? Awesome, of course….
Lexia Reading Core5 Progress Report Key Findings Over 36,000 students in grades K–5 used the Lexia Reading Core5® (Core5) blended learning program as recommended during the 2015/16 school year in 282 schools across Kentucky. Students of all abilities made substantial progress in Core5 across the year: The percentage of students who were classified as working […]Read more »
Lexia Reading News You Can Use: Lexia, Data Export, Ugandan Orphans, Academic Edge and more….
What do a Shark Tank, Ugandan Orphans, Lexia Core5 and Academic Edge have in common? They are all in this month’s Lexia News You Can Use, provided by Lexia Learning. Usage Winners, Including Academic Edge’s own… Lexia is hosting a usage contest, and this month’s winners include the Academic Edge’s own All the rest of […]Read more »
Southern Elementary wins Lexia Reading Contest
Ms. Carter’s third grade class one of 8 best among over 4000 classrooms in National Lexia Usage Contest Wow, nice work Carters Braves! You all demonstrated what can happen when blended learning, an excellent online reading platform, and motivated learners get together for a party: success! So, enjoy your pizza party…. and keep on reading! […]Read more »
Computers in the Schools: Lexia Core 5 Fosters Significant Gains in Reading Comprehension
Computers in the Schools study results strongly suggest Lexia Core5 can improve early elementary literacy outcomes over teacher-led instruction alone. These difference aren’t just stats. There’s meaningful, real world, differences in gains (as measured by Cohen’s d effect sizes), for reading comprehension among the groups as a whole and especially for ELL students.Read more »
Can’t Login to Lexia Core5? Check your Caps. Lexia passwords are now case sensitive.
Scholastic has upgraded its password protocols and Lexia logins are now case sensitive. So if you password happens to have capital letters in it, it would have let you login in the past with all lower case. Not anymore… having trouble? Contact the Academic Edge for help with your Lexia logins.Read more »
Lexia V2 Released Sept 26. Check out the new cool stuff!
Lexia recently rolled out a whole new version, 2.0! From enhanced support for ELL, to just making all our lives easier, here’s the skinny on the new version of Lexia Core5… Need to sign up or renew? Contact the Academic Edge today.Read more »
Who won Academic Edge’s Ky Reading Plus and Lexia Core5 Literacy Challenges?
We issued a literacy challenge for this winter and spring. Who could improve their reading outcomes most by optimizing use of Reading Plus or Lexia Core5 reading support software? Over one hundred schools participated, many led during the different months of the challenge, but who won?Read more »
Kentucky’s March 2015 Leading Reading Schools have the Academic Edge
Wow! Lots of reading going on in Kentucky! Academic Edge congratulates the March 2015 reading leaders. Reading Plus Top 10 Boston ES (Nelson Co.): 17 Pulaski Co. HS (Pulaski Co.): 14 Northern MS (Pulaski Co.):13 Eminence ISD: 12 Southern MS (Pulaski Co.): 12 Huntertown ES (Woodford Co.): 11 Pulaski ES (Pulaski Co.): 11 Trigg County […]Read more »
North Butler Schools Rock Learning During Snow Days with Lexia Learning!
What do you do when schools closes (again!) for snow and winter weather? If you are an Academic Edge school, you issue a Lexia challenge and keep kids reading, of course! That’s exactly what North Butler Elementary School did. NBES LEXIA SNOW CHALLENGE: The snow didn’t keep many North Butler kids from learning to be proficient […]Read more »
Leaders of the Pack Rnd 1: Top Lexia & Reading Plus Kentucky Schools
[/section] [section] The Lexia Top 10! 1. Nelson: Bloomfield ES- 91% 2. Pulaski: Nancy ES 90% 3. Pulaski: Burnside ES 88% 4. Pulaski: Shopville ES 86% 5. Lewis: Lewis County Central ES 85% Up and Coming 6. Wayne County: Bell ES 84% 7. Pulaski: Pulaski ES 82% 8. Nelson: Boston ES 82% 9. Grayson: HW […]Read more »
Rockstar Pulaski Co. Hub School: Uses Reading Plus & Lexia, wants to share!
Academic Edge client Rockstar Pulaski Co. Hub School: Uses Reading Plus & Lexia, wants to share! From persistently low performing to a model for others. How did Pulaski Co High School do it? Named as one of 2 recent hub schools for Kentucky, PCHS is ready to host any visiting schools wanting to learn more. Oh, […]Read more »