The SUNY Old Westbury School of Education and its New York state-certified educators are offering a free Literacy Learning Clinic to the community beginning Jan. 31. The clinic will provide reading and writing strategy instruction sessions once weekly for 45 minutes on the College’s campus. Families may register online now through Jan. 11.
This instructional service is dedicated to developing the confidence and proficiency of children and adolescents as readers and writers in a safe and supportive environment. The goals of the Clinic include building students’ literacy strength, and supporting the use of proficient reading and writing strategies.
The classes are being offered weekly through May 16 at either 4:45 p.m. or 5:45 p.m. There is no cost to families, but parents must remain on-site during the session they commit to attending each week.
For more information about the free Literacy Learning Clinic, the School of Education, or SUNY Old Westbury’s new Master of Science in Literacy Education degree, contact Amy Hsu.