Director: Dr. David Granot
The Zweig Center for Special Education, in the Department of Special Education, diagnoses and treats educationally challenged school children. The Center serves 80 elementary school children aged 9 to12, who attend the center once a week for a year. These children are challenged in the areas of reading, writing, math, or motor coordination. Each child is paired with an Oranim student of special education who provides support and motivation, enabling the children to reach their potential as learners.