About Robinowitz

Success Inside and Outside the Classroom

Founded in 1991 and continuing its success under the leadership of Gordon F. Sherman, Ph.D., Executive Director Emeritus and Deardra Rosenberg, Director, the Robinowitz Education Center is designed to meet the educational and specialized needs of people with learning and associated differences, including dyslexia, along with families and professionals in the field.

The Center acts to increase the public awareness of learning differences and dyslexia and provides information and support to community organizations and businesses internationally.

The Robinowitz Educational Center offers tutoring with the latest research-based methods, educational evaluations, and professional development opportunities. The Robinowitz Center organizes seminars/conferences dealing with all aspects of learning and social skill differences for parents and professionals.

We provide the best professional development workshops and training to educators of both public and private schools. All professional development opportunities are based on the latest and best research-based methods and materials.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Robinowitz Education Center is to improve educational outcomes for people with learning differences and to empower them to become accomplished, dynamic members of society.

We will achieve this through evidence-based instruction for our students and expert professional development for educators.

Trusted Nationally Since 1991

In addition to on-site trainings, our Ed Center staff has trained educators in the following Associations, independent schools and public school districts (and the list keeps growing!)

Associations and Presentations

International Dyslexia Association National Conferences (every year since 2000)
New Jersey International Dyslexia Association
Northern California International Dyslexia Association
Southern California International Dyslexia Association
Toronto International Dyslexia Association
Maryland International Dyslexia Association
Houston International Dyslexia Association
Dallas International Dyslexia Association
Lubbock Texas Scottish Rite
Massachusetts International Dyslexia Association
Virginia International Dyslexia Association
Florida International Dyslexia Association
Ohio International Dyslexia Association
Tennessee International Dyslexia Association
Georgia International Dyslexia Association
Southwest International Dyslexia Association
Washington International Dyslexia Association
Oregon International Dyslexia Association
Minnesota Orton Gillingham
Rocky Mountain International Dyslexia Association

Independent Schools

AIM Academy, PA
Briarwood School, TX
Bridge Academy, NJ
Carroll School, MA
Lawrence School, OH
KIP Academy DC
New Way Academy, AZ
Peddie School, NJ
Roger Saunders, TX
Schenk School, GA
Shelton School, TX
The Lawrenceville School, NJ
The Lewis School, NJ
The Newgrange School of Hamilton, NJ
The Pennington School, NJ

Public School Districts

Atlantic Highlands
Alexandria Township
Berlin Borough
Bridgewater-Raritan Regional
Cherry Hill
Chesterfield Township
Clayton Public
Clinton Township
Delaware Township
Dunellen Public
Egg Harbor Township
Freehold Regional
Gibbsboro Elementary School
Glen Rock Public
Green Brook Township
Hamilton Township
Hampton Township
Harding Township 
High Bridge Borough
Highland Park Boro
Hillsborough Township
Holland Township
Lawrence Township
Lebanon Township
Lindenwold Public
Livingston Board of Education
Madison Public
Mantua Township
Marlboro Township
Mendham Township
Middlesex Borough
Millstone Township
Montgomery Township


Montville Township
Moorestown Township
Mullica Township
Newark Public
Newton Public
North Bergen
Nutley Public
Paterson Public
Pennsauken Township Board of Education
Piscataway Township
Pittsgrove Township
Point Pleasant Beach
Princeton Public
Robbinsville Public
Rockaway Township
Runnemede Public
Shamong Township
South Brunswick
South Plainfield
Toms River Regional
Trenton Public
Upper Freehold Regional
Vernon Township
Washington Township
Washington Township
West Caldwell
West Deptford Township
West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional
Winslow Township
Woodbury City Public

Accreditations and Memberships

Accredited by:

Founding Accredited Partner of Wilson Language Training
New Jersey Association of Independent Schools
Middle States Association, CESS
International Dyslexia Association

Proud Member of:

The National Association of Independent Schools
The Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools
The New Jersey Association of Independent Schools
The National Association of Private Special Education Centers

Frequently Asked Questions


Do you provide your workshops in schools?

Yes, our trainers provide workshops not only at our Robinowitz Education Center, but travel throughout New Jersey and neighboring states to provide both Wilson Language Training® and our full slate of literacy/math workshops Please call our office for current pricing and travel fees.

Do participants receive a Wilson Fundations® kit when they register for Fundations workshops?

Participants of Fundations workshops do not receive the teacher’s kit as part of their registration fee. Fundations kits must be purchased separately and are not required for the workshop. Fundations participants receive a workbook to use for the workshop activities.

How many teachers can attend the on-site/in-district workshops?

Our trainers can accommodate up to 25 participants for on-site workshops.

Do you provide consultative services?

Our professional development staff consisting of Dee Rosenberg and Susan Miller, provide consultative services throughout New Jersey in the areas of literacy, assessment, and Dyslexia.

Evaluations How long do the evaluations last?

The full educational evaluation, which includes cognitive and educational testing, takes two or more sessions to complete. The age of the student, among other factors, influences the completion time. The Diagnostic Reading Assessment typically takes 2 ½ hours to complete, again depending on the age of the individual.

Do you use the term, “dyslexia,” in your reports?

When the individual meets the criteria for Dyslexia, the term is used in our reports to help provide the individual with appropriate interventions. The state of New Jersey passed legislation in 2015 mandating the inclusion of the term Dyslexia into the Special Education regulations.

What sets your evaluations apart from those performed by a neurologist or medical-based facility?

The Robinowitz Education Center is accredited by the International Dyslexia Association, and as such Dee Rosenberg and Susan E. Miller conduct all evaluations in accordance with the guidelines found on the IDA website. Dee and Susan are nationally certified Dyslexia Therapists whose clinical training involved the diagnosis and remediation of Dyslexia. When looking for evaluators, you need to have someone with a deep knowledge base of this specific learning disability with its constellation of characteristics. Too often, individuals with Dyslexia are misidentified as having other conditions, and therefore are not remediated appropriately.

Is the cost of the evaluation covered by insurance?

Depending on the outcome of the evaluation, meaning if the individual is found to have a learning disability such as Dyslexia, the cost of the evaluation may be covered by insurance. Parents are directed to share the report with their child’s pediatrician who will then process the paperwork necessary for reimbursement.

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