Lindsey Lipsky has over seven years experience working in education, including five years as a special education classroom teacher for grades 3-8 in Chicago, IL and Phoenix, AZ for students with severe reading and language disabilities. Lindsey holds a Masters Degree in Special Education and Educational Leadership from Arizona State University, and is passionate about helping students with severe reading, language, and learning delays succeed in the least restrictive setting.
Lindsey has worked with K-12 students who have Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, Emotional Disabilities and Cognitive Delays in both self-contained and co-taught educational settings. Lindsey has been trained in multiple research based programs for literacy and reading instruction such as Wilson Reading System, Language! and SRA Reading for supporting all learners meet and exceed literacy goals. Lindsey is passionate Dyslexia advocacy, literacy support, and training in schools for students with learning differences.
Currently Lindsey works for Learning Ally, a national non-profit working to make reading and learning accessible for all.
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