Hill Learning Center’s vision is that ALL students with learning differences and attention challenges receive the instruction and support they need – regardless of where they attend school or whether they have a diagnosis. Through a range of programs for students, families, and educators, Hill aspires to be a learning hub for equitable, research-based, differentiated educational practices, with a particular focus on reading, writing, math, and executive function. Hill reaches 1,000 students directly each year and serves more than 1,200 educators annually with online, blended, and in-person professional learning. In 2019-20, 625 educators across 7 states implemented the Hill Reading Achievement Program (HillRAP) with 6,500 struggling readers. Hill’s teacher professional development program for reading and writing is accredited by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC) and recognized by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA).