Tutoring gives children an advantage in the classroom, allowing them to compete with all of the middle-aged reporters trying to blend in and write exposés about school. Match wits with the best with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $69 for a diagnostic assessment and four math or reading/writing classes (up to a $189 value)
- $125 for a diagnostic assessment and eight classes, including four in math and four in reading/writing (up to a $308 value)
The four-class option includes one 45-minute class per week in your chosen subject for four consecutive weeks. The eight-class option includes one class per week in each subject for four consecutive weeks. Both options include the $50 registration fee. This deal is valid for students ages 3–13; see the schedules for the Bloomingdale and Bartlett locations.
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Enopi/Eye Level Learning Center
E.nopi means "at a student's eye level"—and the Learning Center that takes its name from this principle sculpts its curriculum with that in mind. The director, Ritu Patel, has more than 10 years of experience tutoring math and reading. The tutors at this multidisciplinary learning center put the reins in their students' hands with their child-directed learning process that promotes independent and critical thinking skills, ensuring kids develop the skills they need at a pace they can handle, without getting bored enough to eat their homework and blame it on their dogs.
Enopi's reading and writing classes help younger students to recognize capital and lower-case letters while developing an awareness of grammar and spelling. Older students expand vocabularies and refine reading comprehension with colorful learning aids that prepare them for standardized testing. Enopi's math classes, meanwhile, stimulate critical-thinking skills with patterns, geometry, and props to develop spatial and cross-dimensional reasoning. Both the English program and the math program align with United States educational standards, allowing students to walk into any classroom in America and shout out the answer to any given rhetorical question.