THE NOBLE ACADEMY WAY
Wilson Language Training and Wilson® Accredited Partners have received Accreditation Plus by the International Dyslexia Association. This designation recognizes that Wilson Reading System® certifications align with the IDA’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading.
THE NOBLE ACADEMY WAYⓇ
Five Steps to Building Great Futures For Students with ADHD and Learning Differences
All students learn differently, and for some that means they do not fit well in traditional education.
Our students learn that school is not something you are good or bad at, it is something you can improve with hard work and support.
STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION
Students with learning or attention differences need structure and routine to allow them to feel comfortable with the process of learning.
GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT
It is essential for students to have the support they need to find themselves as students.
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