On April 24 and 25, Eagle Hill School in Greenwich will host its third educational symposium, “Best Practices and New Perspectives in the Field of Learning Disabilities.”
Eagle Hill has a national reputation for excellence in the field of education for children with language-based learning difficulties, and this symposium marks the final event of its kind for its founding headmaster, Dr. Mark Griffin, who will be retiring after 34 years in this position.
With experts such as Dr. Don Deshler, Dr. Loring Brinckerhoff, Dr. Doug Fuchs, Dr. Sheldon Horowitz, and Dr. Larry Silver, all household names in the field of learning disabilities, the event has managed to attract speakers who are rarely seen at conferences of such a small size. Partly because of the physical parameters of the campus, and partly because Dr. Griffin’s mandate is for meaningful interaction between the participants and the speakers, registrants will have the opportunity to sit in sessions of fewer than 100 people (and often half that amount)......
For a full agenda, or to register for the symposium, visit http://www.eaglehillschool.org/
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