The Madison Reading and Learning Center

Location:

5555 Odana RdMadisonWisconsin53719United States View Map

Revenue:

$2 Million

Employees:

10

Industries:

Phone:

(608) 238-7323
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Description:

The Madison Reading and Learning Center (MRLC) is a small learning center that services approximately 30 students each academic and summer semester. The primary goal of the center is to help learners of all ages experience successful growth in areas of academic need with one-on-one and small group instruction tailored to their unique strengths and challenges. What Type Of Learners Do We Serve? A large percentage of our students have been identified with a variety of learning differences that are now expressed as dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia (reading, writing and math challenges). The most common challenges that we help to remediate are in the areas of reading disabilities. Developmental reading disorder can create a significant delay in the acquisition of literacy skills if not addressed appropriately in kindergarten and first grade. Since dyslexia is a language based learning disability, learning to read, write and spell in the early grades is perplexing due to problems associating the spoken sounds of the language with the written symbols representing those sounds. Poor phonological awareness, visual and verbal memory problems and expressive language problems such as word retrieval, all contribute to the condition that is called dyslexia. We also support students with other learning profiles and provide enrichment instruction, homework and study skills support and math instruction.

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