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The Stern Center for Language and Learning is a nonprofit learning center in Williston, Vermont, dedicated to helping children and adults reach their academic, social and professional goals.
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Announcing the launch of
Comprehensive Reading Course
Bringing the Science of Reading to Teachers
A 30-35 hour online course for education professionals aiming to expand their knowledge of effective reading and spelling instruction. Available for 3 credits through Castleton University. Click here to learn more.
Call us to register. (800) 544-4863
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I truly believe that Karen teaching my son how to utilize PROMPT techniques has minimized frustrations that stemmed from not being able to talk. Despite his apraxia, words he once had trouble completing now come out complete and clear thanks to Karen’s help.