LGL ELA Edge is a research-based supplemental reading program that begins with a diagnostic assessment of the performance of struggling readers and then provides explicit Specially Designed Instruction to support achievement. School districts across the nation use ELA Edge in elementary school, middle school, and high school to ensure that all students demonstrate proficiency in reading skills because these are intricately linked to academic and career success.
Students in grades k through 12 interact with lessons that combine direct instruction and focused practice with an underlying assessment and tracking system that reports to teachers in real-time. Reading content includes high-frequency words, phonemic awareness, phonics, oral reading fluency, spelling, vocabulary development, and reading comprehension strategies, as well as literary vocabulary and grammar lessons.
Lessons in LGL ELA Edge’s reading program have been carefully curated to help all students who need effective reading intervention programs, including students in Response to Intervention (RTI) programs, programs for students with disabilities, English Learners (ELs), and students with diverse learning styles.