Learning Disorder Research Symposium
Saturday, February 29, 2020
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
University of Sioux Falls Science Center, Z Hall
1101 West 22nd Street
Sioux Falls, SD
Students of today are the leaders of tomorrow. It is important that we build strong, confident, and effective leaders.
Up to an estimated 30% of students have a diagnosable learning disability. is a strong possibility that most classrooms have at least one student with a learning disability.
These students represent 35% of high school dropouts and 70% of juvenile delinquents. Let's change that.
The 2020 Learning Disorder Research Symposium is your chance to:
- Learn the positive aspects of learning disorders
- Gain insight on the latest developments of neurological, biological, psychological, and educational learning disorder research
- Discover innovative ways the community is helping students achieve their goals
- Learn what you can do to positively impact the educational community and help build strong future leaders
You can also:
Hear the story of Alexandra Bechtel, a girl who grew up in Sioux Falls with two high level learning disorders and a disadvantaged start to life. Now Alexandra is Miss South Dakota International, a soon-to-be graduated USF student, and the Executive Director of Hidden Advantages: A Nonprofit dedicated to advocacy for others who also share learning disabilities with Hidden Advantages.
Other Featured Presenters to be announced soon!
Cost: Free-will donation
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