Neuroplasticity & Education United


It is about every child receiving the number of instructional minutes necessary to meet the end of the year goals. 
Give the students the skills they need and every classroom will reach Educational Equality. 

Since August 2004, NEU: Neuroplasticity & Education United has empowered teachers to consistently improve their literacy scores while cutting special education referrals in half.  NEU is changing the face of education.  Based on breakthroughs in the field of neuroplasticity, scientific research has given the world new tools for effective instruction of literacy.  NEU has applied this research to develop cutting edge, revolutionary methods.

From the struggling student to the gifted reader, this award-winning, revolutionary approach will awaken a student’s unlimited potential, surpassing even their highest expectations.

NEU works!  Read about it...

MEMSPA (Michigan Elementary Middle School Principal Association) has partnered with NEU: Neuroplasticity & Education United to provide principals and teachers with the unique reading instructional tools that have proven effective with every child. The data is in and the program has been vetted. NEU Reading  is probably the most comprehensive effective method for teaching reading that I have seen my 30 plus years in education. I encourage you to thoughtfully consider using this program for teaching teachers the research supported, classroom tested and data driven method for gaining and sustaining reading achievement growth. This is the closest thing to a silver bullet that I have ever seen.” 


-Paul Liabenow  [Executive Director, Michigan Elementary Middle School Principal Association]

"As a principal and former classroom teacher of 17 years, I am humbled to discover the lack of knowledge I had when it came to the teaching of reading. Through staff development under the guidance of Trish Martin, I along with my staff have discovered the power behind NEU Reading: Rewiring the Brain to Accelerate LearningWhen I can walk into a Kindergarten room and ask a student what two sounds does the letter 'c' make, and to have that student explain in detail when it makes the 's' sound and when it makes the 'k' sound is the tip of this program. Students are reading in early elementary. In fourth grade students can tell you the origin of the word or parts of the word, be it French, Greek, Latin, or Anglo Saxon. 


The proof lies in the results of this program. This is not an educational swing, this is a home run for our teachers and our students. NEU: Neuroplasticity & Education United has broken the barriers that teachers have struggled with for years and given us the tools to reach ALL students."

-David Kelly [Principal New Buffalo Area Schools]


“The most fundamental responsibility of schools is teaching students to read. Just about all children can be taught to read and deserve no less from their teachers. On the other hand, teachers deserve no less than the knowledge and skills that will enable them to teach reading successfully. Using scientific research, NEU Reading: Rewiring the Brain to Accelerate Learning provides teachers the knowledge base and essential skills needed to successfully teach all children to read. The knowledge exists. Young lives depend on it. Why wouldn't we all be doing this?" 


-Erika Milovich  [Literacy Coach]




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