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Pathways Approach Program Video

Pathways Approach Program

The S.E.A.L. Foundation: Pathways Approach Program provides educational services to parents, teachers, school administrators, school staff and community members in the field of special education, specifically, learning differences in students from early childhood through 12th grade. Namely, the Foundation provides instruction through presentations, classes, tutoring, consultations, workshops, on-line non-downloadable and downloadable videos and simulations, as well as distribution of educational materials.

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Advocacy Services Video

The second program the Foundation focuses on is advocacy work. Families of children with learning differences are provided tools and knowledge to navigate the complex and often cumbersome special education process. This service is extended to families regardless if their child attends a public or non-public school.

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Summer Learning Experiences Video

The third program the Foundation funds is student participation in summer learning experiences. It is critical for students with learning differences to avoid a “summer slide” or prevent regression in their academic skill sets. Camps are identified that can meet the academic and social and emotional needs of children and the Foundation sponsors their participation in these summer learning experiences.

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Pathways Approach Program Video

Pathways Approach Program

The S.E.A.L. Foundation: Pathways Approach Program provides educational services to parents, teachers, school administrators, school staff and community members in the field of special education, specifically, learning differences in students from early childhood through 12th grade. Namely, the Foundation provides instruction through presentations, classes, tutoring, consultations, workshops, on-line non-downloadable and downloadable videos and simulations, as well as distribution of educational materials.

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Advocacy Services Video

The second program the Foundation focuses on is advocacy work. Families of children with learning differences are provided tools and knowledge to navigate the complex and often cumbersome special education process. This service is extended to families regardless if their child attends a public or non-public school.

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Summer Learning Experiences Video

The third program the Foundation funds is student participation in summer learning experiences. It is critical for students with learning differences to avoid a “summer slide” or prevent regression in their academic skill sets. Camps are identified that can meet the academic and social and emotional needs of children and the Foundation sponsors their participation in these summer learning experiences.

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Pathways Approach Program Video

Pathways Approach Program

The S.E.A.L. Foundation: Pathways Approach Program provides educational services to parents, teachers, school administrators, school staff and community members in the field of special education, specifically, learning differences in students from early childhood through 12th grade. Namely, the Foundation provides instruction through presentations, classes, tutoring, consultations, workshops, on-line non-downloadable and downloadable videos and simulations, as well as distribution of educational materials.

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Advocacy Services Video

The second program the Foundation focuses on is advocacy work. Families of children with learning differences are provided tools and knowledge to navigate the complex and often cumbersome special education process. This service is extended to families regardless if their child attends a public or non-public school.

Click Image To View

Summer Learning Experiences Video

The third program the Foundation funds is student participation in summer learning experiences. It is critical for students with learning differences to avoid a “summer slide” or prevent regression in their academic skill sets. Camps are identified that can meet the academic and social and emotional needs of children and the Foundation sponsors their participation in these summer learning experiences.