What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
LearningRx does not tutor. We do not reteach information that should have been learned in school. Instead, we focus on why information was not learned in the first place. By working with your child on a one-to-one basis, we dramatically improve ability to think faster and learn easier. Guaranteed.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Students are provided with materials from LearningRx. They do not need to purchase or bring any outside materials.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Dr. Ken Gibson, founder of LearningRx, realized that children who continually struggle in school, regardless of tutoring, or parent/ teacher intervention, have, foundationally, cognitive skills issues that prevent information retention, comprehension, and focus. Resulting in learning difficulties.
What do you love most about your job?
Watching a child walk away from LearningRx with new found confidence and abilities to lead their lives successfully is the strongest reward any of the LearningRx team members experience.
Amid the influx of adult-oriented mud runs, obstacle races, and challenges in recent years, Mighty Titan emerged with the novel idea to let kids get in on the action. Mighty Titan events, which are geared toward children aged 4–14, aim to get kids and families moving and spark a passion for fitness in the process.
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Math Wizard's afterschool programs supplement the Science, English, and Math curricula that students learn in their classrooms. In groups of no more than eight, or through the mail, pupils in pre-K through ninth grade receive custom course materials and brush up on grade-specific skills. After ninth grade, students can opt for private tutoring sessions.