Develop Assessments That Report Lexile Measures
Any education company can work with us to have their assessments’ reading or listening results reported in Lexile® measures. We work with assessment publishers who develop:
How It Works
We work closely with you to develop an assessment solution that produces Lexile student measures in one of two ways:
- We perform a linking study to correlate your assessment’s scale score to the Lexile scale so that Lexile measures can be reported immediately.
- Together, we’ll build an assessment. We can build new assessments for you with either:
- Custom test items,
- Validated test items that you lease from our Lexile® Item Bank, or
- Your reading passages that we transform into Cloze test items. can use either method to build an adaptive assessment solution that immediately delivers Lexile student measures.
The Lexile® Item Bank Covers Reading Assessments for Pre-K–12
We can help you develop a Lexile assessment solution that meets your unique goals. The Lexile Item Bank:
- Has items that assess reading from preliteracy skills to advanced reading, each calibrated to the Lexile scale.
- Can be used to develop tests that assess alphabet knowledge, phonological awareness, and phonics, as well as vocabulary and comprehension. (Some items include audio and visual support for accessibility.)
- Includes six different item types, each with one correct and three incorrect responses.
- Has been developed through field studies with thousands of students across the globe.
- Includes expert reviews for each item.
To Learn More:
- Check out our Lexile Consulting and Development overview flyer.
- Find out how our Lexile Item Bank covers the Lexile scale with this flyer.
- Download this flyer to see more about Lexile test items that assess foundational reading skills.
- See examples of how we work with our customers.
- Find out how the MetaMetrics® Score Interpreter delivers immediate Lexile measures and more with this flyer.
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