Bringing Our Dyslexia Certificate Program to Teachers Everywhere

There are only 17 International Dyslexia Association (IDA) accredited dyslexia certificate programs in the world, and Antioch University Midwest is proud to offer one of them. Unfortunately, dyslexia is not limited by geography. It affects 20% of students across the United States.

Teachers everywhere need access to the tools and techniques that help students with dyslexia achieve their full potential. That is why AUM is now offering our IDA accredited Dyslexia Certificate program online. Through our distance-learning program, educators around the nation can now access the most up-to-date techniques for empowering students with dyslexia.

The deadline to register for the fall 2015 Dyslexia Certificate program is October 5th. Classes will begin October 12th. In addition to the new online option, AUM will continue to offer on-site classes, as well as blended options that offer online learning and face-to-face time with educators.

Contact AUM to learn more about our Dyslexia Certificate program and our mission to bring it to educators everywhere.

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