Pathways to Learning Event

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April 8, 2020
5:30 p.m.
Holland + Hart & Zions Bank


Each year, Lee Pesky Learning Center hosts the Pathways to Learning Event to unite our community of parents, alumni, friends, educators, researchers, businesses, and investors in support of the work we do. This evening is also an opportunity to learn more about the scientific advancements that are being made in the field of learning and attention challenges.

Our annual Pathways to Learning event will be held on Wednesday, April 8, 2020. The event will begin with a reception in the lobby of Holland & Hart law offices, follow, then will transition to the Zions Bank Ballroom. This evening of celebration, learning, and support of LPLC will begin at 5:30 p.m.

Our 2019 event raised over $75,000 to support students, families, and teachers. We hope you will join us to make this year’s event even more of a success! And if not – we hope you will consider making a gift or purchasing a sponsorship to support creating pathways to learning for all.

Join Us

Ready to secure your spot? Purchase individual tickets or sponsorships here.

Become a Sponsor

Want to benefit LPLC and your business? Learn more about event sponsorships here.


Can’t join us at the event? You can still participate through a gift to LPLC here.


Event Speakers

Portrait photo - Dr. Donald Compton

Key Note Speaker: Dr. Don Compton

Director, Florida Center for Reading Research

Dr. Donald Compton, Professor of Psychology at Florida State University and Director of the Florida Center for Reading Research.

The Florida Center for Reading Research is a multidisciplinary research center at Florida State University that explores all aspects of reading research — basic research into literacy-related skills for typically developing readers and those who struggle, studies of effective prevention and intervention, and psychometric work on formative assessment.

Dr. Compton’s research examines individual differences in children’s reading development and the identification and treatment of children with reading disabilities. He joined FCRR in 2015, having served as Professor and Chair of Special Education and a John F. Kennedy Center Investigator at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University.

Learn more about Dr. Compton and his work.

Thank You to Our Sponsors.