Multisensory learning targets students with language disabilities

03/21/2011 | MercerSpace.com (Lawrenceville, N.J.)

The Lewis School of Princeton, N.J., provides a multisensory-learning environment and serves many students who have language-based disabilities. School founder Marsha Lewis, who has dyslexia, created the first campus in 1973, setting high expectations for students who may stay at the school throughout their educational careers, attend part time or transition back to traditional settings.

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