Public Schools


Teacher Training in Public Schools

Niemanville provides a thirty hour Classroom Educator training or a sixty hour Associate level training to public schools concerned with helping their students succeed by learning the phonetic concepts for both reading and spelling. Since 80% of students classified as “Learning Disabled” are Dyslexic, this approach allows a school district to provide meaningful instruction to those students who have been unsuccessful with previous programs and are in the process of seeking alternative schools which may support their language needs and learning style. The course allows teachers to understand the needs of a Dyslexic student and how to support their language development during the school day. This course is imperative for Special Education teachers working with students who have IEP’s and not achieving proficiency. Niemanville also provides an Associate Level Training after completing their coursework at the Classroom Educator Level. This level is dedicated to vocabulary, Latin affixes, writing skills, and formal and informal testing. After being accepted by the Orton-Gillingham Academy at the Associate Level, trainees may seek training and accreditation at the Certified Level. This level requires 100 more hours of coursework as well as 200 more hours of practicum.

*Please note an additional fee is required for those pursuing a Practicum and Academy accreditation.

  • Ossining Union Free School District, Ossining, NY
  • Wallkill Central School District, Wallkill, NY
  • Rolling River School Division, Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada
  • Oceanside School District, Oceanside, NY
  • Monroe-Woodbury Central School District, Monroe, NY
  • Orchard Park Central School District, Orchard Park, NY
  • Wappingers Central School District, Hopewell Junction, NY
  • Nyack Central School District, Nyack, NY
  • Weehawken School District, Weehawken, NJ
  • Kahuku High and Intermediate School, Kahuku, HI