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Hello PEN and happy summer!
My name is Laura Lay and I am the new Learning Differences Librarian at San Francisco Public Library. I...
As another school year draws to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to share an overview of the progress made by PEN this year.
Since 2003, PEN has become the Bay Area's premier grass roots res...
Guest post by Elizabeth Corsale, MFT
Pathways Institute, San Francisco, CA
Recently Parents Education Network has begun a parent’s discussion series and I have been fortunate and honored to facilitate these monthly...
We are pleased to share this information from EdRev speaker Dr. Fumiko Hoeft of the Dyslexia Center @ UCSF
At UCSF brainLENS (Laboratory for Educational Neuroscience, Director: Fumiko Hoeft MD PhD), we are now conducting a one of a k...
Here at PEN we are very sorry to be saying goodbye to our wonderful SAFE Facilitator Sara Kay, and we wish her well in the next stage of her journey!
After a fulfilling and edifying year as San Francisco SAFE Program Facilitator, I m...
Guest post by Ann Farris, www.dyslexiadiscovery.com
Gavin Newsom is a powerful presence. The former Mayor of San Francisco and now Lieutenant Governor of California was the keynote speaker at EdRev 2015 on Saturday, April 25th. EdRev...
Congratulations to the winners of EdRev 2015's Art Contest for Students who Learn Differently, and all the participants who had their wonderful work displayed!
The winners this year were:
1st Place Visual Art
As members of PEN know very well, when a child has dyslexia or other learning differences (LD) it affects much more than his or her academic performance at school. That's why we are so proud to be joining the Read Me Differently...
Guest post by Shanda Manion, Founder and Executive Director of The Scholar Maker and Pathways to Medicine
“The world does not fit into the categorical boxes any more than we do. The beauty of it is in seeing the connections, t...
For our Ask the Expert blog series, Pathways Institute asked parents for their stories, with the idea that it would be helpful for parents to hear from other parents about their struggles and transformations. We asked: What has this jour...