Departments & Programs
Teachers and parents can explore various tools to put the Lexile Framework to work in their classrooms and for their students.
The Hub is a site that is free to all Idaho educators and provides access to all of the tools that support student learning in reading and math.
Search for books by grade, interest and reading complexity. View a book’s most challenging words and create booklists that can be shared with others.
Paste or type in text to receive a Lexile range. View text characteristics along with challenging words and their definitions.
Easily download lists of important words by grade and domain, including math, science, social studies and general, that students are likely to encounter in various learning materials.
Use Lexile measures to determine if a student is on track to graduate college-and-career ready. Access national and regional career data.
Identify the reading demands needed for a desired career & use for goal setting. The Lexile® measure is the only metric available to compare & describe the reading demands of a career.
Determine a student’s optimal reading measure when multiple assessments that produce Lexile measures have produced significant and unexpected differences.
This six-minute animated video on the basic concepts and uses of the Lexile® Framework for Reading is the perfect resource for educators and parents who are new to Lexile measures.
The Lexile® Map provides examples of popular books and sample texts on the Lexile® scale ranging from 200L for beginning reader books to 1600L for more advanced texts.
A two-page overview of the benefits & usefulness of the Lexile® Framework for Reading for Educators.
A two-page overview of the uses and benefits of Lexile® measures in the classroom and library.
A two-page overview of the benefits and usefulness of the Lexile® Framework for Reading.