Guarantee

Lexercise Guarantee Terms and Conditions

Subject to the terms and conditions described below, we provide a one-time, limited guarantee of success for each Child User that uses the Lexercise Structured Literacy curriculum on the Platform. If a Child User does not improve one (1) Grade Level in Reading (as defined below) after that Child User’s first eight (8) weeks of Lexercise Structured Literacy therapy via the Platform, we will provide the Child User with an additional four (4) weeks of therapy via the Platform for no additional charge (the “Lexercise Guarantee”). Capitalized terms that are not otherwise defined here have the meanings given to them in our Client Terms of Service, which you can view by visiting: https://www.lexercise.com/about/legal/client-terms.

For a Guardian and Child User to be eligible for the Lexercise Guarantee, the following conditions must be met:

  1. A Guardian must sign and complete, upon registration or otherwise at least three (3) business days prior to the Child User’s first therapy session, a Guarantee Agreement acknowledging the Guardian has read and understood the terms of the Lexercise Guarantee and agrees to its contents.
  2. A Guardian and the Child User must attend and participate in eight (8) consecutive weekly therapy sessions. By way of illustration, the Guardian may not skip and reschedule the Child User’s therapy session to a subsequent week such that the total of eight therapy sessions extends beyond a time frame of eight consecutive weeks.
  3. A Guardian must ensure the Child User participates with the Therapist for the entire therapy session each week.
  4. A Guardian must ensure that the Child User completes all assigned online Lexercise practice exercises and activities in at least four (4) days of each session week, which starts each week on the day the webcam session takes place.

If any of these conditions have not been met at the end of the relevant eight-week period, the Guardian and Child User will not be eligible for the Lexercise Guarantee.

Tracking a Child User’s Progress

Readers

Child Users who initially read single words on the San Diego Quick Assessment at or above an independent 1st grade level will be deemed Readers and will be assessed using the Reader Protocol, an oral paragraph reading accuracy procedure. MetaMetrics has developed an industry-standard measure of students’ reading skill on its Lexile® scale. Research indicates that elementary-school-aged students increase their reading skill on average by 100 Lexile® per school year, while high-school-aged students increase their reading skill on average by 50 Lexile® per school year. More information about their Lexile® framework can be found by visiting: https://lexile.com.

Improvement will be measured by comparing a baseline score measured in that Child User’s first therapy session with the Child User’s score measured in the Child User’s eighth therapy session.

For the purposes of this Lexercise Guarantee a “Grade Level in Reading” for Readers means:

  1. For a student in grades 1 through 8, an improvement of at least 100 Lexile points;
  2. For a student in grade 9 or above, an improvement of at least 50 Lexile points.

All score measurements will be made using the Lexercise progress monitoring system.

Pre-Readers

Child Users who initially read single words on the San Diego Quick Assessment at or below an independent pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten level will be deemed Pre-Readers and will be assessed using the Pre-Reader Protocol, which includes three foundational skills tasks:  1-Blending Sounds, 2-Sounds & Letters, 3-Reading Short Sentences. A Child User must score at a Kindergarten level on all three tasks to be placed at a Kindergarten level. Otherwise the Child User is placed at a Pre-Kindergarten level.

Improvement will be measured by comparing a baseline score measured in that Child User’s first therapy session with the Child User’s score measured in the Child User’s eighth therapy session.

For the purposes of this Lexercise Guarantee a “Grade Level in Reading” for Pre-Readers means:

  1. An improvement from a foundational skills rating of Pre-Kindergarten to a rating of Kindergarten;
  2. An improvement from a a foundational skills rating of Kindergarten to an independent 1st grade reading level as assessed using the Reader Protocol. (See above.)

All score measurements for both Readers and Pre-Readers will be made using the Lexercise progress monitoring system.