School Consultation

Landmark Outreach works with individual schools and school districts to design, implement, and refine programming for students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD).

Landmark Outreach transfers knowledge and strategies learned and developed at the Landmark School to other educational settings. We generally recommend at least a yearlong commitment, involving a combination of workshops, small group work with teams of teachers, observation of classes, and direct feedback to teachers. Each consultation may also draw upon the Summer Institute, online courses, and Outreach publications to complement direct consultation.

Outreach assigns a lead faculty member to work in partnership and coordinate with the school or district. As veteran educators, Outreach faculty members fully grasp both the educational needs of students with LBLD and the instructional needs of their teachers for practical and readily applicable teaching tools and strategies.

In addition to our consultation model, Outreach offers a variety of workshops and seminars on-site at schools. We also offer online course sections for schools or districts.

For more information about consulting, programming, and fees, please contact Kate Kinsman, Director of School Partnerships at or 978-236-3348.

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What is LBLD?

Check out this explanation on our resources page.

What is LBLD?

What can we offer you?

Outreach offers instruction and strategies for a variety of topics.


How can you better serve students with LBLD?

Explore three different options: language-based instruction, language-based classrooms, language-based programs.


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