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He just couldn’t read.

A mother tells the story of her second grader who couldn’t read.

Positive change from the first day

From the 1st day at Lindamood-Bell we could see the positive change in her. Each day she came home enthusiastic and spoke incessantly about her tutors and her activities.

I Believe in Myself! | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers

An adult student and a parent of a student.

A Letter from a Private School Founder

As an educator, school founder and mother of two, I feel very plugged into the issues that parents face in our community.  Over the years I have had the pleasure of not only visiting and seeing the success that Lindamood-Bell has had with local students, but have also personally known parents with children who have…

Thank you for showing the difference.

“Please pass the word along that I am most grateful for Nanci Bell’s webinar last Friday; it was most helpful. That very day I tested a young man with the LAC and SI tests and it was so clear where he was at and why, especially in light of Nanci’s comment that the SI test is ‘predictive of reading ability.’…

A Mom’s Email

We knew from an early age that our daughter had developmental delays. She began early intervention services before she was 2 years old, in the hopes that she would “catch up.” But, “catching up” wasn’t in the cards and today she is a 5th grader and labeled as intellectually disabled. When she was about 3 years old, I…

An Olympic Thanks from a Mom

My son has struggled with reading since the very beginning. Fortunately for us we got a diagnosis of dyslexia very early in 2nd grade. However even the terrific reading support at school wasn’t enough to close the gap. I knew that if we did not make forward motion in 4th and 5th grade, middle school…

The gift of learning for life | Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers

A pastor and his wife describe the journey of helping their twin sons learn to their potential.  

A Letter from a Dad

We sent our pretty scared/worried little dude to his first-ever assessment

A teacher describes her own daughter’s reading struggles | Learning Centers

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