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St. Louis Park, Minnesota (January 24, 2017) – Groves Academy, the St. Louis Park educational organization that has become a national leader and pioneer in literacy and educating students who have learning disabilities, is gearing up to improve literacy for an even wider audience.
Families and professionals from around the state gather at the Capitol Feb. 21 to raise awareness about dyslexia and support legislative change.
Thousands of Minnesota third grade students are falling behind in reading, and some state lawmakers are mapping out a course of action to reverse those numbers.
Last night's event was a resounding success! We had 300 people register and more than 225 people attend. The fair hosted 32 exhibitors, including our great team from Groves Academy.
Groves Academy announced today it is launching a new education development program for schools and educators to help close the reading achievement gap in the Twin Cities.
This misunderstood learning disorder has no cure. But kids, when equipped with the right resources — early and often — can succeed in school and beyond.
An endeavor by St. Louis Park-based Groves Academy to extend its style of teaching reading beyond its walls has led to a partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities.