Literacy & Learning Conference 2023

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We are happy to announce our 13th Literacy and Learning Conference being held on April 14th and April 15th, 2023. After a long break, we look forward to resuming our educational activities in person!

Please join us in supporting parents and professionals seeking to improve the lives of children who struggle to learn to read. This conference provides a forum for teachers, parents, physicians, psychologists, resource specialists, and speech language pathologists to connect, communicate and collaborate to improve outcomes for students with dyslexia.

The conference will include stellar national and international speakers. We’re happy to announce that we have secured our keynote speaker Mr. Christopher Such from England, author of the very popular book “The Art and Science of Teaching Primary Reading”.

The program will open Friday evening, on April 14, with a network reception, Literacy Leader of the Year Awards and opportunity to explore the offerings from our exhibitors and silent auction. Our special guest Christopher Such will also be at the reception for a book signing.

Agenda to come.



Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites | Mississauga Ballroom

5875 Airport Rd, Mississauga, ON L4V 1N1

Registrant Fee: $300


Friday, April 14, 2023 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm

    • Network Reception (Hors D'oeuvres & Cocktails Included)
    • Literacy Leader of the Year Awards
    • Meet and Greet with Christopher Such
    • Visit of the Exhibitors and Silent Auction

Saturday, April 15, 2023 from 9:00 – 5:00 pm

    • Full Day Conference Pass
    • Breakfast, 2 Refreshment Breaks and Lunch
    • Visit of the Exhibitors and Silent Auction
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Dr. Tracy White-Weeden
President & CEO, Neuhaus Education Center
Dr. Tracy White-Weeden is a seasoned leader dedicated to advancing literacy success
for all and academic excellence for children. She brings 28 years of experience to a
calling of shaping dynamic systems-change so that children are well prepared for the
realities of a 21st century knowledge economy. White is also a relentless literacy advocate who frames literacy as a fundamental human right that transforms the family tree when evidence-based practices are scaled responsibly. Her life’s work has been to position literacy success for all as a moral imperative that creates a place at the table for every child and adult, regardless of zip code or country of origin.
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