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The Foundation’s generosity allows us to provide service-based, experiential learning opportunities for our graduate students, who will enter the workforce one day as speech-language pathologists. They will be better prepared to serve the language and literacy needs of their communities due to the experiences made possible by the generosity of the Scottish-Rite Foundation. Our resources will not allow us to serve all those in need, but if we can equip others, then our reach expands exponentially beyond our own individual time and space.

Matt Carter, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Associate Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Valdosta State University

Valley News: South West Georgia

A new program bridges the literacy gap for students in Valdosta: Watch the Story Here!
City schools get jump start on dyslexia screenings: Read the Article!
Partnership provides dyslexia screenings: Read the Article!
Valdosta State initiative helps improve child literacy across South Georgia: Watch the Story!
Valdosta community fights child literacy issues: Read the Article!

Valdosta Daily Times

Screening Literacy: Program identifies, helps children with reading problems

WALB 10 News

VSU summer program helps students with learning disorders