When we attend to the needs of each child, our communities are enhanced and a better future is on the horizon. For students, this individualized approach creates pathways for increased self-awareness and self-esteem, an understanding of both their strengths and their challenges, and the opportunity for their true potential to shine. At The Craig School, programming is based on five essential elements that we call The Craig School Way. They are Orton Gillingham Structured Literacy Intervention, Multi-Sensory Learning, Integrated Organizational System and Skill Development, Whole-Child Development and Parent-School Partnerships. Rooted in evidence-based practice, The Craig School Way is an adaptive and responsive approach to the educational needs of students in grades two through 12 with language-based learning disabilities.
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