The New Year is the Time to Review Your Child's Math Progress
Los Angeles, California December 19, 2012 Education News(PRLEAP.COM) Los Angeles, CA - Because the holidays give parents an opportunity to review their children's academic progress, the end of the year is a good time to evaluate opportunities for improvement in the new year. Whether your child is behind, ahead, or just barely keeping up, Mathnasium offers math help to those students who will need it in the New Year.
December generally divides the school year roughly in half; if a child is struggling with math, there isn't much time left for him or her to catch up. For that reason, a concerned parent might find the best course of action to achieve results is to use a math tutoring service when school resumes.
According to Mathnasium's Number Sense Blog, "year-after-year students are put in classes for which they do not have the prerequisite knowledge… Under these conditions, it is difficult, if not impossible, for teachers to ensure that students are acquiring the number sense… needed to be successful in high school and college." Parents can make sure their children aren't losing ground by letting Mathnasium help them build a solid foundation for the future.
Mathnasium will first assess a child's progress through a written and oral assessment that will pinpoint the areas in which he or she needs the most help. Mathnasium will then develop a one-of-a-kind curriculum designed solely to address his or her weaknesses and provide one-on-one attention in a small-group setting.
While there is still time left for the student to catch up, there isn't much time to waste. Customized math tutoring can solve the problem of troublesome grades or boredom in the classroom. Mathnasium also offers SAT prep, college prep, individual tutoring, and programs for younger children. The new year is the time to enroll.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, but with locations in major cities across the U.S., Mathnasium's goal is to give K-12 students the chance to succeed through math tutoring and support. If a child is falling behind in his or her math understanding Mathnasium's highly qualified math tutors and unique Mathnasium Method can help. For further detail please visit, www.mathnasium.com.