Teaching. Reading. Reaching.
Neuhaus Education Center is a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization dedicated
to promoting reading success.

Special Programs

IDA Accredited Program

Literacy Interventionist Preparation

The Literacy Interventionist Preparation is a hybrid program for those who wish to be school campus literacy leaders. The program of study prepares literacy leaders for tier 2 literacy instruction and the ability to assist teachers in planning for tier 2 instruction. We believe that students need a thorough understanding of the structure of the language they are learning to read and write, and the skills, knowledge, and vocabulary needed for critical reading and writing. The mission of the program is to equip literacy leaders with these same knowledge and skills and the methods and strategies to teach students to read and write with fluency and deep understanding. The coursework in this program aligns with the Center for Effective Reading Instruction (CERI)  Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading.
Literacy Interventionist Preparation Syllabus
Literacy Interventionist Preparation Registration Form

Neuhaus Tier III Program

Neuhaus Education Center’s Tier III program provides extensive coursework and supervised practica leading to certification for teachers and therapists working with individuals with dyslexia and other related disorders. Basic Language Skills is the core curriculum of the program.
Neuhaus Tier III Programs meet the International Dyslexia Association’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading, Texas licensure requirements, criteria for membership in the Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA), and are approved by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC).
The Level 1 Tier III Program prepares individuals to become Dyslexia Practitioners, while the Level 2 Tier III Program prepares individuals to become either Reading Therapists or Dyslexia Therapists.
Neuhaus's Preparation Programs

Small Group Literacy Instruction

Neuhaus Education Center has developed a series of six modules to assist classroom teachers in designing small group instruction and differentiation based on instructional need. View Module I with no obligation for an overview of this program.
Small Group Literacy Instruction