Landmark Outreach is grateful for the generous support we receive to design and deliver outstanding professional learning opportunities. Students with language-based learning disabilities and differences benefit from the generosity of the foundations and individual donors who support our work. Landmark Outreach is part of Landmark School, Inc., which holds 501(c) 3 status.

Landmark Outreach's biannual newsletter features projects funded through the generosity of foundations and individual donors. To learn more about these projects and what Landmark Outreach is doing to empower students through their teachers, see our current copy of The Beacon

Landmark Outreach thanks our generous donors for their continued support of our work on behalf of students and teachers.

To learn more about supporting Landmark Outreach, please contact the director at 978-236-3216 or via email at outreach@landmarkschool.org.

 
The Oak Foundation’s challenge grant, matched by donors, enables Outreach to develop a state-of-the-art online seminar for teachers, Language-Based Learning Disabilities: Strategies for Success. The seminar introduces participants to language-development, language-based learning disabilities, and best practices for supporting students in the classroom.
 
The Margaret P. Stevenson Foundation
Provided matching support for Outreach to develop the new online course, Language-Based Learning Disabilities: Strategies for Success.
 
With ongoing unrestricted support from Lifetouch Inc., Outreach has expanded the Summer Professional Development Institute, continued to provide the free e-resource, Spotlight on Language-Based Teaching, and publish the Understanding Language-Based Learning Disabilities series, short informational booklets for teachers and parents. 
 
Bilezikian Family Foundation
Three years of funding from the Bilezikian Family Foundation made it possible for Outreach to launch professional development seminars on Cape Cod, a smaller version of the annual Summer Institute at Landmark.  In addition, the Foundation provided tuition scholarships to the Institute for two teachers from each of 12 designated school districts on Cape Cod. 

 

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