Our former Executive Director, Dr. Gordon F. Sherman and our Director of Education Deardra Rosenberg, saw a need for a place in the special education community where parents could have their children tested and receive a diagnosis in order to help families plan for the present and future.
Research consistently shows that the sooner learning differences are identified and addressed, the better the chances are of overcoming them.
All reports produced by REC/TCNJ’s Literacy Advancement Project include specific recommendations to be taken by the student’s school team and parents. Examples include strategies and interventions that are shown to be effective as well as measurable goals/objectives. Our reports do not recommend out of district school placements.
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We offer a limited number of free dyslexia screenings. These screenings are for children in grades K-3, who have never before been tested for learning differences. Though limited in scope, these screenings will help you determine if you need further information about how your child learns.
*Please note that screenings are offered at the Robinowitz Education Center, which is located at 800 North Road, Pennington NJ.
For parents who are overwhelmed with the results of their child’s evaluation, progress in school, or type of intervention that is most appropriate for their child, let our Educational Consultants help. We provide consultative services to parents to help them navigate dyslexia. This includes reviewing records, performing school observations, and recommending interventions and support to fit and enhance the profile of the child.
In addition, our professional learning consultants can provide consultation to school administrators at public and private schools who are looking for appropriate interventions in literacy, professional development options, and review of records for a particular student.