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We partner with state departments of education all over the country to link their summative assessments to the Lexile® and Quantile® scales, help them better serve educators and families and improve workflow.

Explore these case studies to learn more about how SEAs are using the measures.

West Virginia Takes Steps to Ensure All Students Are Prepared for Success in the Workforce

The West Virginia Department of Education leverages Lexile and Quantile measures to provide teachers, parents and students with important information for personalizing learning and charting growth toward college and career readiness. Lexile and Quantile student measures are reported from summative assessments in grades 3-8 and from SAT scores for grade 11.

State leaders collaborated with MetaMetrics to develop a Lexile and Quantile Parent Report that effectively communicates information about students’ Lexile and Quantile measures. The report features the Lexile and Quantile Growth Planners that help forecast student reading and math growth starting at third grade and compare that forecasted performance to text and math demands of college and careers. With the Growth Planners’ career exploration feature, students and parents can select from hundreds of careers to evaluate a career’s educational requirements, salary range, job demand and much more.

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Lexile Measures Help Kentucky Fight Summer Reading Slide

For most students, the summer months are a time of freedom and fun after a rigorous school year. However, it’s a well known phenomenon that students experience “summer slide” or “summer loss” when they don’t engage in educational activities during their break. Research shows this gap is even more pronounced between low-income children and their more affluent peers.

In response, the Council of Chief State School Officers partnered with MetaMetrics® to coordinate a national state-led summer reading initiative to bolster student reading achievement during summer break. This past May, Kentucky joined the “Chief’s Summer Reading Challenge” by developing their “Find a Book, Kentucky” program to raise awareness of the summer loss epidemic, share compelling research on the importance of personalized reading activities and provide access to a variety of free resources to support targeted reading and the initiative as a whole.

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Just Read, Florida

To help parents play a stronger role in student summer reading plans, MetaMetrics partnered with the Florida Department of Education’s Summer Reading Adventure program. Parents learned how to use their students’ Lexile® measures to match them with summer reading materials which they could find via our online free book search, “Find a Book.” The state then expanded the program to run all year long and continues to work with us on programs that promote the school/home literacy connection. 

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Browse our research and publications database to access additional case studies that show how Lexile and Quantile measures are used in schools and districts. Learn more about how Lexile measures are working in today’s schools and how our education and publishing company partners have incorporated the Lexile Framework into their products.