LPLC Welcomes New Executive Director, Dr. Lindy Crawford

Lee Pesky Learning Center is excited to announce the arrival of its new Executive Director, Dr. Lindy Crawford! Dr. Crawford joins LPLC from Texas Christian University where she was a professor and administrator. Dr. Crawford was also President of the Council for Learning Disabilities. Dr. Crawford will guide LPLC’s operations and advancement, as well as…

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Listening Series Session 1

On Tuesday, July 14 LPLC kicked off its Creating Pathways to Learning for Everyone listening series. This series is being hosted and moderated by The Community Library of Ketchum, ID. During session one, Dr. Evelyn Johnson, LPLC CEO, and Dr. Jenny Emery Davidson, Executive Director of The Community Library, laid out the current landscape of…

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LPLC to Kick-off Listening Series on Learning Challenges and the Opportunity Gap

School closures have widened the already existing opportunity gap in education. If we do not address these inequities full-on, there will be lifelong consequences for children who struggle.  Forecasts based on historical data from summer loss and previous school closures during natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina suggest that students will return to school this fall at about 65%…

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LPLC Board Welcomes New Member

The Lee Pesky Learning Center Board of Directors is pleased to announce Mark Hamachek has joined the Board as its newest member. Mark is a resident of Seattle, Washington and is passionate about supporting students with learning and attention challenges. Mark is the founder of H Group, an advisory and new venture development firm as…

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Transition to College Course Online and FREE!

High school students – are you starting to think about college? Now is a great time to get started! Figuring out what you want to study, where you might want to go, and then what steps you need to take to apply can seem overwhelming. That’s why we created this free, on-line resource that will…

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LPLC Featured on Voices of Treefort Music Fest Podcast

Lee Pesky Learning Center was given the opportunity to be featured on Storyfort Presents: Voices of Treefort Music Fest podcast. Christian Winn, Director of Storyfort, focused this week’s podcast on the festival’s non-profit partners and how they are adapting during the time of COVID-19. And how the community can support non-profit needs through Idaho Gives.…

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LPLC Featured on Where’s Larry of KTVB

Lee Pesky Learning Center was given the opportunity to be featured on Where’s Larry on KTVB News as part of Idaho Gives. To hear more from Larry’s interview with LPLC CEO, Dr. Evelyn Johnson, click here. To learn more about LPLC’s Idaho Gives campaign and contribute, click here. Idaho Gives ends at midnight, May 8,…

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LPLC Launches Virtual Parent Events

English Virtual Parent Event Kindergarten readiness is the key to continued success in school – and beyond. And we know just how critical parents are to the process. That’s why we’ve published our “Virtual Preschool Parent Events” to help preschool families navigate home learning during this unique time (también disponible en español a continuación). Please participate…

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