The Spectrum Institute for Teaching and Learning Is part of the Lankler Family Foundation. The Foundation was established under title 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code of the United States for nonprofit corporations.
The Foundation supports two components:
Spectrum Institute for Teaching and Learning
Field of Dreams
The Spectrum Institute for Teaching and Learning, a non-profit organization, was created to provide a center for people from around the world to come and work together in a common commitment to improving education and schooling. The central organizing theme undergirding the Institute is to improve education through the Spectrum of Teaching Styles. The Spectrum Institute serves as a clearinghouse for information and research about alternative teaching and learning styles. These ideas were initially discovered in the early 1960s and have continuously been researched, developed, and implemented in classrooms. The Spectrum has influenced teacher educational programs and institutions around the world.