Evidence-Based and Research-Proven: Measuring Lexia’s Impact
Founded through a research grant over 30 years ago, Lexia has been committed to conducting evidence-based, scientific research to support the development of Lexia products and demonstrate the efficacy of Lexia programs. For the past 15 years, studies on Lexia products have been conducted and published by researchers around the world. Lexia now has 15 externally-reviewed research studies which can be viewed below.
Education Endowment Foundation & Lexia Study (2018-2019):
Based on the strength of existing studies, Lexia’s large user base across England and a strong alignment to their guidance reports on improving Literacy, the EEF identified Lexia as a ‘promising program’ and are currently evaluating its effectiveness in 50+ primary schools. Findings of this two-arm randomised control trial will be published in Spring 2020.
For more information on the Lexia Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) study, click here.
What Works Review:
Lexia has been reviewed in ‘What works for children and young people with literacy difficulties?’ The effectiveness of intervention schemes Fifth Edition, Greg Brooks, Professor of Education: University of Sheffield (page 69).