What is the Reading Clinic?
The Reading Clinic program is designed to train graduate students enrolled in the course READ 712 Reading Clinic to diagnose and remediate reading problems while providing a free-tutoring service for tri-state area Early, Middle and Secondary Education students. The Clinic operates each summer. Referrals are made by parents, teachers and other school personnel. Approximately 15-25 students are served each week of clinic.
Where is the Reading Clinic?
May be housed on the campus of Edinboro University in Butterfield Hall classrooms, 325 Scotland Road, Edinboro, PA 16444.
How do I get my child into the Reading Clinic?
Applications are distributed by participating school districts before a student can be admitted into the Reading Clinic. Accepted students will have an evaluation done by a graduate student in the Reading program at Edinboro University. The evaluation is part of the one-week Reading Clinics offered during the summer semester.
Edinboro University Reading Clinic Staff
The Edinboro University Reading Clinic is instructed by graduate Reading faculty. The Reading Clinic is also staffed by a Graduate Assistant who is completing a Masters in Reading degree. Graduate students in the Masters of Reading program work in the clinic with individual clients.
Early Childhood and Reading Department
Butterfield Hall 330
Edinboro University of PA
Edinboro, PA 16444
Phone: (814) 732-1097