The Del Mar-based Winston School honored Dr. Sara Frampton, founder of Advocacy Associates, with the Winston S. Churchill Hero Award recently at its graduation ceremony at the La Jolla Fine Arts Museum. Frampton was hailed for her work as an educational advocate on behalf of children with learning challenges.
“Sara Frampton invented educational advocacy in San Diego,” said Mike Peterson, Winston School headmaster. “She has given new meaning to the term heroism with her passionate work on behalf of children and families with learning differences. Over the years, Dr. Frampton has impacted thousands of students’ lives for the better.
Frampton, whose practice is based in Rancho Bernardo, is a licensed educational psychologist, a licensed marriage and family therapist. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from George Washington University, a master’s in special education from the University of Virginia, a PhD in psychology from USIU/Alliant University.
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