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AIM Academy's web page discussing using 529 assets toward tuition was highlighted in a September 2018 blog post by communications platform Finalsite.
Suburban Life's cover article "AIMing High" focuses on the vital partnerships, cutting-edge research and immersive curriculum that help students with learning differences "bring their passions to life."
Haskins Laboratories, a Yale-affiliated research institute based in New Haven, Conn., has launched a new collaboration in its efforts to improve language and literacy outcomes for children at risk for reading difficulties worldwide. Haskins has identified AIM Academy, a grade 1-12 school for children with language-based learning disabilities, and the AIM Institute for Learning & Research, as its first education partner. Through the collaboration with AIM, Haskins will work with educational researchers, service providers, and academic leaders to translate the growing body of research in the science of reading and language into early identification of and best practices in treating language-based reading problems.
AIM Academy recently wrapped up its World Bicycle Relief service learning project – and raised an incredible $2,646 for The Power Of Bicycles!
The school, which also raised funds for WBR last year, started its project in November. This year, students in 1st through 5th grades used it as an opportunity to learn about Zambia and its culture, as well as WBR’s work there.
Through an “In Their Shoes” lesson, students studied members of Zambia’s Palabana community who had received Buffalo Bicycles. In addition to learning about their daily lives, the students witnessed the powerful impact of bicycles.
AIM Institute for Learning & Research's Director of Partnerships and Engagement Deborah Lynam just returned from three days in Washington DC with dyslexia advocates from 17 states as part of the 5th annual Dyslexia Hill Day organized by Decoding Dyslexia parents. This three day gathering of families, professionals and policy-makers on Capitol Hill focused on discussing current trends and upcoming federal legislative efforts impacting individuals with dyslexia.
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month so it's fitting that we congratulate Erin DeVault, our Director of Speech and Language, on her recent award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).