Stanton Crenshaw to Help Educate on Learning Disabilities
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Stanton Crenshaw to Help Educate on Learning Disabilities

Stanton Crenshaw Communications has been selected by the National Center for Learning Disabilities to provide ongoing communications support, focusing on reauthorization of important legislation and the launch of an early literacy-screening tool.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Stanton Crenshaw Communications has been selected by the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) to provide ongoing communications support. The agency will be focusing on two key initiatives: reauthorization of important federal legislation and the launch of an early literacy-screening tool for parents.
 
According to NCLD executive director James Wendorf, the programs “strive to ensure that all children get the appropriate care and attention they need. NCLD has hired Stanton Crenshaw because of its grasp on complex issues and its creative approach to elevating visibility.”
 
The upcoming year is a critical one for the learning disabilities community, because of legislative issues such as the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), a 27 year-old law now under debate by Congress. Stanton Crenshaw is working to promote the NCLD’s position regarding the role of literacy through a comprehensive media outreach program and major events highlighting NCLD’s new screening tool, Get Ready To Read.
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