We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to learning for all as we recognize that all great minds don't think alike.
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Join our knowledgeable and experienced staff in learning research-proven strategies in the areas of literacy, social cognition, math, and more.
We partner with districts and individual schools to help build strong systems of support for all learners.
The Stern Center for Language and Learning is a nonprofit learning center dedicated to helping children and adults reach their academic, social and professional goals.
We help children learn strategies that will build confidence and help them find academic and social success.Learn More
Our specialists work with college students and adults to help them reach their academic, social and professional goals.Learn More
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Do you love learning? Do you love to laugh? Well then we have the perfect event for you! On March 22nd & 23rd we will be hosting our 3rd Annual “Laughter for Learning” event at the Vermont Comedy Club. Join us for an evening of improv comedy featuring some native Vermonters now making it big on the national stage. This group’s experiences include Chicago’s Second City, The Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater, Amazon’s Alpha House, The Improvised Shakespeare Company, Off-Broadway hit *BLANK! The Musical*, the sketch comedy group Schadenfreude, and Jon Stewart’s new HBO project. All proceeds go to support students and educators through our Cynthia K. Hoehl Institute for Excellence!
In this course, participants will learn the structure of the English language and how to teach it to struggling readers in grades K-12 who may require intensive one-to-one intervention. This …
During five years as a high school English teacher and 19 years as principal across schools pre-K to Grade 12 I often encountered, occasionally promoted, …Read Full Post
We all know the phrase “all things in moderation” well and practice it in a variety of areas of our lives. When it comes to …Read Full Post
The Stern Center means a lot to me. It is because of the work they do that I am a reader today. Before going to the Stern Center, I struggled with reading and my mind was focused on the fact that I couldn't do it- that it was impossible. Being tutored at the Stern Center not only improved my reading skills tremendously but it also changed that mindset. With the help of my incredible tutor, I was able to build confidence in my learning.