This month, Lee Pesky Learning Center—a nonprofit based in Boise, Idaho—is one of the first to launch a self-paced course which not only fulfills the dyslexia professional development requirement and teacher recertification requirement for K-5 educators across the state, but allows them to complete it on their own schedule.
This summer, Boise State University (BSU) undergraduates will have a new opportunity to take their learning to the next level with the support of Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC).
Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) is seeking a Training Specialist to deliver assigned trainings to educators.
On Thursday, November 24, 2022, CBS2 partnered with CapEd Credit Union to highlight educators and organizations creating an impact in the early childhood sector across the state of Idaho.
Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) received the first of three disbursements of a $45,000 grant from CapEd Credit Union on Dec. 5. LPLC is a 501c3 education nonprofit headquartered in Boise.
Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) is seeking a Counselor to provide counseling services in the Clinical Department.
It is with a heavy heart that we share the passing of Wendy Pesky, LPLC’s Co-Founder. Wendy’s passing is a personal loss for the countless people that she knew and a monumental loss for Lee Pesky Learning Center. We invite you to read about Wendy’s life and the incredible impact she had on others as shared by the Idaho Mountain Express below.
LPLC extends a warm welcome to our three newest board members– Dana Herrman, Jim Foudy, and Dr. Lisa Gabel. We are grateful for your leadership. Dana Herrman is Senior Managing Director of Silicon Valley Bank and the co-head of TMT equity trading. Prior to SVB, Dana was an SVP at Bernstein for 14 years…
September 22, 2022— Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC), an education nonprofit based in Idaho, has been approved by Idaho’s State Department of Education to offer a course which fulfills the dyslexia professional development requirement for educators.
Boise, Idaho—On September 1st, 2022, Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) received the first—of three disbursements—of a $1,000,000 grant from Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare (DHW).