Most would agree that the earliest institutions of education were in the form of apprenticeships. The Master Carpenter would take on a student and teach them how to construct buildings through on the job training. The student would learn math, science, physics, and business while actually doing it. Indeed, our schooling systems still rely heavily… Read more »
We are pleased to introduce Megan Magnanelli as our educational specialist. In her role, Megan will work closely with our educational director to provide students with individualized academic support and communicate with appropriate college staff and departments as needed. Before joining Mansfield Hall, she worked in the public school system as a teacher and as… Read more »
We are pleased to announce that Tim Rich, MEd, has joined our team as educational director. In his role, Tim will work directly with students to develop their learning goals and plans and will meet with them regularly to review their progress in their academic studies. He brings several years of experience working in secondary… Read more »
Mansfield Hall, a college assistance and residential program for students with learning disabilities, mild autism, and other conditions, will open its doors for the first time in June 2013. Mansfield Hall provides individualized training and skills development to help students not only flourish academically at the many nearby colleges in Burlington, Vermont, but also to… Read more »
Dr. Perry LaRoque was featured on Parent Choices for Struggling Teens hosted by Lon Woodbury on LA Talk Radio. Click Here to Listen.
Mansfield Hall is pleased to announce that Grant Leibersberger, MEd, MBA has joined the organization as executive director. He will be assisting in all areas of organizational development and launch of our new venture that will serve young adults with disabilities who are transitioning to college, career, and independence. Grant brings twenty years of leadership… Read more »