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Preparing Students with Learning Disabilities for a Successful Transition to College


Preparing Students with Learning Disabilities for a Successful Transition to College Wednesday, May 15, 2024 | 7pm EST The transition from high school to higher learning is challenging for any student. For students with disabilities, it also presents a disability services system that is very different from the one they are familiar with. In this free webinar, Author and University Learning Disabilities Consultant Elizabeth C. Hamblet, author of "Seven Steps to Success: A Pathway for Students with Disabilities," will explain how the system for accommodations works at college, what is commonly available, and some tips for how to [...]

Preparing Students with Learning Disabilities for a Successful Transition to College2024-04-16T16:39:04+00:00

Targeted Intervention


An article by our Danvers Center Lead Teacher, Kat Marsh, on the topic of academic intervention was featured in the Spring 2023 Special Needs Advocacy Network, Inc newsletter. The Special Needs Advocacy Network provides advocacy, education, and other actions that empower all families, professionals including advocates, and others with an interest, to enable students with disabilities to reach their full potential. Learn More About the Special Needs Advocacy Network

Targeted Intervention2023-05-01T16:39:59+00:00

Staff Book Recommendations for Young Readers


This time of year, many of us have the opportunity to spend extra quality time with family and friends. After chatting about what everyone has been up to and savoring some delicious seasonal treats, why not enjoy a good (and calorie-free!) book? Here are some suggestions from our staff on favorite books to share with the young readers in your life: The Ugly Vegetables by Grace Lin “My daughters and I went to hear Grace Lin read this book when they were 7 and 8 years old, and she signed a copy for them. The story is based on the author’s life as a [...]

Staff Book Recommendations for Young Readers2021-10-05T13:09:31+00:00

It’s National Library Week!


This week, April 12-18, is National Library Week—an observance sponsored by the American Library Association and libraries across the country. Each April for nearly 60 years we have taken time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians, and to promote library use and support. Here at Commonwealth Learning Center we are grateful for a thriving library presence in our community. These institutions serve not only as a hub for literacy, learning, and so much more, but also as a home base for many of our tutoring services. Sending our teachers to local public and school libraries allows us to [...]

It’s National Library Week!2021-10-05T13:10:03+00:00

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