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Former Columbia Dean Tom Harford Provides Unique Academic Coaching Services

Tom Harford, Ph.D. and former dean of Columbia University, has launched academic coaching services through Mind Revise Consulting. Academic coaching differs significantly from tutoring. Tom Harford doesn’t teach a lesson; his services address underlying issues that impact a student’s learning. Academic coaches like former Columbia dean Tom Harford search for ways to remove barriers blocking […]

Tom Harford Discusses How Prison Education Programs Are Essential for Positive Social Change

Former Columbia Dean Tom Harford discusses how prison education systems are essential to positive social change. Education is the gateway to opportunity. It can allow people of varying social and economic statuses to advance through increased earning, networking, and more. Former Columbia Dean Tom Harford is now a consultant who specializes in learning solutions for […]

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Former Columbia Dean Thomas Harford Provides Unique Academic Tools to Further Education

Getting a successful education continues to be one of the leading contributors towards overall personal and professional success. While some people strive in the classroom, others can find this more challenging. For those that are struggling with the standard educational process, former Columbia dean Thomas Harford offers productive solutions through academic coaching. Academic Coaching By Former Columbia […]

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Tom Harford of Columbia Discusses Dyslexia in America

Thomas Harford of Columbia says many people believe dyslexia is simply getting letters mixed up — a reading disability. In reality, however, dyslexia is a complex neurological disorder that affects the way the brain organizes information pertaining to language. This can include such difficulties as not being able to process the way a language is heard, […]

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Dr. Thomas Harford of Columbia Talks About Teaching Your Child About the Disabled

Not many people are aware that in 1987, U.S. President Ronald Regan proclaimed the month of March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month*. With more and more disabled individuals merging into society throughout the 70s and 80s, Regan believed the public needed more recognition, knowledge, and understanding to help disabled individuals adapt in their new roles. […]