Moving to a new school, particularly one in a different state, can have several effects on both the child and their parents. While the child is concerned with finding a new social circle to fit into, their parents have a very different concern: will their child fit in academically with this new school system? In order to ensure that every student, even the ones who transfer to the school from another town or even another state, is equally prepared for higher education and a career, “it is important to have a rigorous, clear set of guidelines in place to assist teachers in knowing what to teach and when to teach it,” the Clinton Herald says. That's where the Common Core curriculum comes in.
Math Genie East Brunswick is offering Free Math & Reading assessments. Walk ins welcome. Check our new sandwich board.
We are pleased to announce that Math Genie East Brunswick location is moving to 275 Route 18, East Brunswick, NJ 08816
As parents of school age children, you may be concerned and confused by what seems like frequent changes to the educational system. You get frequent notes home telling you to be sure your child has a good breakfast and a good night’s sleep in order to do well on the standardized tests that will be given the next day. You hear or read about Common Core State Standards and PARCC, but are confused about what it all means. Here is a brief overview of some key changes currently happening in New Jersey.
Math Genie Marlboro Grand Opening was a grand success. We had a large turnout of parents and students from the surrounding are.
When Richard Branson was a young boy, he refused to talk to adults and would cling to the back of his mom Eve’s skirt. When he turned 7 or so, Eve decided that his behavior was no longer tolerable. On the way home from a shopping trip to a nearby village, Eve stopped the car about 3 miles from home and let Richard out. “You will now walk home. You will have to talk to people to find your way home,” she told him. By the time Richard arrived some 10 hours later, Eve was apoplectic. (She had not accounted for the time he might stop to look at bugs and inspect rocks.) But it worked. Richard started to become more comfortable interacting with adults.