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Bordentown Township, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

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Bordentown Township District and Curriculum

There are two public school districts that serve the educational needs of students in Bordentown Township, New Jersey. The Bordentown Regional School District is responsible for the education of K-12 students. High school aged students can also attend the Burlington County Institute of Technology if they want to pursue a vocational or technical education. Regardless of which district students attend, students are challenged to achieve their highest academic potential. With well-designed learning opportunities that are relevant to today’s world, they receive a well-rounded education that provides them with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful members of modern society and the modern workplace.

We currently cover the following Bordentown Township-area school districts: Bordentown Regional School District and Burlington County Institute of Technology.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bordentown Township District Curriculum

The Bordentown Regional School District and the Burlington County Institute of Technology approach curriculum development in the same way: to ensure students are prepared for success in life and work. By designing curricula that align with the recommendations of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards, the districts ensure that students can demonstrate their learning.

The 21st Century life and careers curriculum emphasizes development of critical thinking and problem solving skills necessary for success in the modern world. Students learn how to identify ways to solve problems, whether that’s through brainstorming, using available resources or collaborating with others to find a solution. Students are given real-world problems and encouraged to come up with creative solutions that positively impact the community. Students also analyze how problem-solving techniques are used by organizations and governments to address critical issues such as the availability of food and clean drinking water.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bordentown Township Educational News

  • Ads and Art Program - The Burlington County Institute of Technology offers a program in Advertising, Art and Computer Graphics. The program is designed for students interested in careers in advertising, photography and design.
  • NEA Seal of Approval - The National Education Association has given their seal of approval to nine New Jersey Congressmen for their work in Congress to improve the educational landscape for New Jersey's students. This is quite an honor that represents all members of the community coming together to benefit local students.
  • LifeChanger of the Year Award - A custodian at a New Jersey school has been nominated for an award for his work to help improve the classroom environment for autistic students. If he wins the LifeChanger of the Year Award, Jeff Munsey will win $10,000.

Bordentown Township Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Benefits of Community College

Community colleges offer all kinds of benefits for students. If money is an issue, community college is a great way to complete the first two years of a four-year degree at a lesser expense. If grades or standardized test scores are low, community colleges offer many remedial programs to help students brush up on their weak areas. And since community colleges are generally open enrollment, any student that applies is accepted and can begin their studies. Many career areas today do not require a four-year degree. As such, students who need an associate’s degree or a certificate can attend a community college to complete their studies. For students who aren’t sure what they want to study or if college is even the right choice for them, taking a few classes at a community college is an inexpensive and convenient way to make that determination.