Help Your Child Get Organized!

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You would like your child to be more organized, get homework done before midnight, and remember to take his/her books to school each day. For some children, organization comes naturally, but for the others, organization skills need to be directly taught and continually reinforced. Learn strategies to make your child’s life and yours less stressful and more productive.

Dr. Jane Gertler

Jane Gertler, Ed.D., the Director of the Office of Teaching and Learning at the Churchill School and Center, a K - 12 school for students with learning disabilities in New York City, spent more than 20 years as a school administrator in Westchester, where she served as Director of Special Education in Irvington, prior to becoming the Director of Special Education and then Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Professional Development in Edgemont. She holds a B.S. from Cornell University, a master's in Education from New York University, and a Doctorate in School Administration from Fordham University.