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August 6, 2016

NEW: Lexia RAPID Assessment™ now supports students in grades K–2

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LexiaAssess the Skills Most
Predictive of Reading Success

For more than 30 years, Lexia has provided rigorous, research-proven reading resources that have helpedmillions of students develop their foundational literacy skills.

Developed in partnership with the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR), the new Lexia RAPID Assessment™ uses adaptive technology to provide a fast and accurate view of the skills most predictive of reading success in grades K–12.

RAPID focuses on academic language, word recognition and comprehension, while reducing the time spent on assessment, and providing immediate access to data and instructional strategies.

Learn more about Lexia RAPID Assessment and how you can implement RAPID at no cost, as part of a one-year Lexia RAPID Assessment evaluation and reference program grant.

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2 Comments »

  1. Do you have a lot of experience with Lexia? I went to a Lexia Core 5 training session at a conference last week. I am always intrigued, wish the district would support school licenses.

    Comment by C. Davenport — August 7, 2016 @ 8:57 am | Reply

    • Cassie, I’ll be honest and say that i don’t know much about them. I know that they are a part of Rosetta Stone now, which means that they are likely a database-driven, teacherless environment. As such, students that are self-regulated, self-directed, and self-motivated will do without a local level of support, but students that don’t possess these will require substantial support from school-based personnel.

      Comment by Michael Barbour — August 7, 2016 @ 8:04 pm | Reply


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