Lexia Core5 Reading Named Winner in 2020 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence

Lexia Core5 Reading Named Winner in 2020 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence

BOSTON (July 28, 2020) – Today, Lexia Learning, a Rosetta Stone company (NYSE: RST), announced that its personalized literacy programs, Lexia® Core5® Reading (Core5) was selected as a winner in the software category for the 2020 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence program.

“Districts are looking for rigorous, research-proven programs – and that has always been at the center of our pedagogical approach,” said Lexia President Nick Gaehde. “With the flexibility that Lexia Core5 Reading offers, district leaders can be confident in knowing that teachers remain at the center of instruction and students are progressing at their individual level whether learning in-class or remotely from home.”

As in previous years, the Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence judges evaluated a variety of nominated products in three categories—software, hardware and enterprise –and selected those products that are improving the way educators work and students learn.

Lexia® Core5® Reading is a research-proven, technology-based literacy program for students of all abilities in grades pre-K-5. It recently received a “Strong” rating from Evidence for ESSA, one of the most visible organizations evaluating the strength of research in the K-12 market. Core5 was designed to help substantially reduce students’ risk for reading failure and supports educators in providing differentiated literacy instruction through explicit, systematic, personalized learning in six areas of reading instruction, targeting skill gaps as they emerge, and providing teachers with the data and student-specific resources they need for individual or small-group instruction.

“For over 40 years, Tech & Learning has reported on how edtech products are improving teaching and learning—and this has never been more important than during this unprecedented time,” says Tech & Learning Publisher and Content Director Christine Weiser. “For this year’s contest, our judges looked for stand-out products that are helping schools navigate these challenges by solving problems and driving innovation.”

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