M.Ed. in Reading - Dyslexia Interventions

School of Graduate Studies
Edinboro University

Equip yourself with innovative techniques to teach all types of learners

Effective literacy skills are essential for children and adults alike, yet it is estimated that about 20% of the global population is affected by dyslexia. Through Edinboro University’s Master of Education Degree in Reading – Dyslexia Interventions, you can support these striving readers with the skills and strategies necessary to thrive.

Under the guidance of expert Edinboro faculty, you will become familiar with foundational language and literacy concepts as well as structured language teaching. You will learn how to use innovative, personalized educational approaches to serve diverse learners and will be ready to address the factors that contribute to differences in how all children and adults learn to read. Upon graduation, you will have the enhanced skills and knowledge necessary for your role as a teacher, clinician, speech or language pathologist, educational psychologist, tutor, reading specialist, or informed parent.

"Anyone educating children or adults today recognizes the increasing need for expert reading interventions. Our Dyslexia Interventions Program emphasizes instruction in multisensory-structured language approaches to enable our candidates in meeting the needs of students with dyslexia.”

Dr. Karen K. Tyler, Program Head

Choose Edinboro University – one of the only Dyslexia Interventions programs in Pennsylvania.

If you are a certified teacher, an M.Ed. in Reading – Dyslexia Interventions leads to eligibility for certification as a reading specialist. Our master’s degree candidates build on their expertise as teachers learning multisensory, research-based interventions and instructional skills and strategies for students with dyslexia.

Edinboro’s strong legacy translates to a philosophy of excellence and a commitment to developing educators who understand the professional, social and ethical responsibilities associated with working with children. You will be guided by experienced faculty members, and have many opportunities to develop and grow as a professional.




Prepare for a rewarding career.

Edinboro University

School of Graduate Studies
140 Butterfield Hall
310 Scotland Road
Edinboro, PA 16444
Phone: 814.732.2856


Dr. Karen Tyler, Graduate Program Head
Email: ktyler@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814.732.2303