Beth Ellen Nash has her education degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has 17 years' experience working with struggling learners. She was the founder, director, and lead teacher for eight years at Hope Academy, a school for struggling middle school and high school students in Madison, Wisconsin. In 2011 she shifted toward an individualized online and homeschool hybrid option and founded Wings to Soar Online Academy, specializing in the creation of Path to Success(TM) Personalized Learning Plans for dyslexics and other outside-the-box learners from kindergarten through 12th grade. Beth Ellen is currently Curriculum Coordinator, Intervention Specialist, and Integrated Liberal Studies teacher for Wings to Soar Online Academy. She has tutored, assessed, and consulted with hundreds of families and companies that serve homeschoolers as well as public charter schools. She is the author of Wings to Soar: Integrated, Multisensory Language Arts with Words You Really Use. She is a sought-after speaker for many homeschooling and educational conferences. She tailors her talks to the needs of the audience, drawing on her experience with students ages 3 to 21 with dyslexia, ADHD, autism spectrum, RAD, OCD, anxiety, depression, and learning disabilities, and those who otherwise learn differently from traditional schooling.