This spring, Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) celebrated 26 years of service across the state of Idaho.
Boise, Idaho– This past May, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, highlighted their partnership with Lee Pesky Learning Center via their Stories of Impact blog series.
BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — Idaho state data reveals that only 55% of Idaho first-grade students are reading at grade level.
Lee Pesky Learning Center welcomed a new board member to the table to help advance the mission—Nathan Katsuki. Currently a Brooklyn-based model, creative designer, and actor on the Netflix Show Kaleidoscope, Katsuki’s ties to supporting students with learning disabilities span well beyond the desire to ‘give back’. They are personal.
Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) was featured on KTVB Channel 7 news as part of the Idaho Today Community Corner segment.
Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) has been named an Official Charity Partner for the 2023 TCS New York City Marathon, which takes place on Sunday, November 5. Lee Pesky Learning Center will be among more than 550 official charity partners providing thousands of runners the opportunity to run in the world’s biggest and boldest marathon.
A number of districts and charters have started focusing on and offering dyslexia training. Organizations like Lee Pesky Learning Center (LPLC) have risen to meet the need with newly created, in-person hybrid and online classes designed for school staff. The strategies LPLC offers will help not just those with dyslexia, but all students, to learn to read. And that’s essential, because reading is the gateway to a lifetime of learning.
Jerry Sturgill is a former Wall Street lawyer turned investment banker. After a successful career as a partner of Latham & Watkins, an international law firm based in New York City, he returned to his home state of Idaho and founded an SEC and FINRA registered investment bank, Galena Capital, specializing in mergers and acquisitions…
Supporting students with dyslexia, that’s the goal for Gem State educators. After House Bill 731 passed last July, Idaho educators for grades 6th thru 12th are now required to seek instructional certification for dyslexia.
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).