#Government Mandates

A Back To School Message For Educators From Our Founder: ‘IMSE Is Here For You’

Dear Teachers, As educators, each new school year brings a refreshed sense of excitement and a hunger to teach and inspire. A new school year also offers new opportunities to improve upon the many challenges we often face in the…
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IMSE Chosen As Literacy Instruction Partner For Arkansas’ New R.I.S.E. Literacy Initiative

The Institute for Multi-Sensory Education was recently selected as a professional development partner in Arkansas’ new Reading Initiative for Student Excellence (R.I.S.E) program: an initiative which seeks to strengthen teachers’ focus and instruction in literacy through prescribed proficiency pathways, and…
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5 Things We Learned From Understood.Org Education Expert Bob Cunningham

Bob Cunningham is the advisor-in-residence on learning and attention issues for Understood.org — an organization and online resource for parents and educators — and serves as the head of the Robert Louis Stevenson School, is a member of Purnell School’s…
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As Michigan Grapples With Literacy Rates, This Detroit School Tries Something New

Just ten minutes from downtown Detroit is The James and Grace Lee Boggs School, a K-8 neighborhood charter school designed to engage the diverse population of students it serves. Along with the rest of Michigan schools, Boggs is preparing to…
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Op-Ed: True Literacy Investment Must Happen Or Michigan’s 3rd Grade Guarantee Will Be An Empty Promise

Michigan’s “Third Grade Guarantee” law is preparing to take effect, but statistics showing the vast majority of Detroit Public School third-graders aren’t meeting grade-level reading goals, school administrators are worried about the future of the state. The Institute for Multi-Sensory…
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