Learning Ally Blog: Access and Achievement

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Now more than ever, people with learning and visual disabilities are flourishing in the classroom, launching productive careers and becoming assets in their communities. This blog spotlights remarkable individuals who demonstrate that having a visual or print disability is no barrier to educational success.


Metuchen, New Jersey student wins National Achievement Award
Metuchen, New Jersey student wins National Achievement Award

June 2, 2016 by Mir Ali

Wesley Brooks is one of six students from across the U.S. to receive Learning Ally’s National Achievement Award MyCentralJersey.com - ... Read More about Metuchen, New Jersey student wins National Achievement Award

Join our National Student Success Celebration in Denver, Colorado
Join our National Student Success Celebration in Denver, Colorado

February 23, 2016 by Mir Ali

Learning Ally's 56th annual National Achievement Awards will be held in Denver, CO on April 9th, 2016. Each year, ... Read More about Join our National Student Success Celebration in Denver, Colorado

Experience the Power of Self-Advocacy at Our National Achievement Awards
Experience the Power of Self-Advocacy at Our National Achievement Awards

April 7, 2015 by Lauren Holstein (LAE)

You’re invited to a day of family education in celebration of our National Achievement Awards "The Power of Self-Advocacy" Saturday, April 18, ... Read More about Experience the Power of Self-Advocacy at Our National Achievement Awards

Oregon Tech Student Gains National Honor
Oregon Tech Student Gains National Honor

May 12, 2014 by Lauren Holstein (LAE)

The following article by Holly Dillemuth appeared on the Herald and News website on May 1, 2014. It features a ... Read More about Oregon Tech Student Gains National Honor

The New Social Worker: Student Role Model
The New Social Worker: Student Role Model

April 9, 2014 by Lauren Holstein (LAE)

The following article by Barbara Trainin Blank appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of The New Social Worker. It ... Read More about The New Social Worker: Student Role Model

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