Under the direction of Gordon F. Sherman, Ph.D., Executive Director and Deardra Rosenberg, Director of Education, the Newgrange Education Center, recently renamed the Ann Robinowitz Education Center, was founded in 1991. Located in Princeton at 407 Nassau Street, the Center is designed to meet the educational and specialized needs of:
- people with learning and associated disabilities, including dyslexia
- professionals in the field
Newgrange acts to increase the public awareness of learning disabilities and dyslexia, and provides information and support to community organizations and businesses internationally.
The center offers tutoring with the latest research-based methods, educational evaluations and professional development opportunities. Newgrange organizes seminars/conferences dealing with all aspects of learning and social skill disabilities for parents and professionals.
We provide the best professional development workshops and training to educators of both public and private schools. All professional development opportunities are based on the latest and best research-based methods and materials.
The Education Center extends the mission of the school to people of all ages and includes certain fee-based services, such as:
- Reading screenings
- Educational evaluations
- Professional development for educators
Office Hours: 9 AM – 4 PM, Monday through Friday by appointment only.
For additional information or to schedule an appointment, call Susan E. Miller, M.A. Learning Disabilities Teacher/Consultant and Coordinator of Educational Services at 609-688-1280, ext. 215.
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