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East Windsor, Connecticut Tutoring Programs
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East Windsor District and Curriculum
East Windsor Public Schools follow the Common Core State Standards in curriculum. These standards have been adopted by most states within the US and are designed to create high expectations that will raise educational standard in the United States to compete with the international standards. The standards create a model of clear learning objectives that students must master each year in their core subjects.
We currently cover the following East Windsor-area school district: East Windsor Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the East Windsor District Curriculum
The Common Core standards re-organize the order in which Math is learned as early as kindergarten in way that is better understood because it builds knowledge upon knowledge rather than continually introducing new concepts in isolation. In Language Arts, students are college ready in literacy by the time the graduate from high school. This allows them to compete not only at the college level, but also in a globally competitive environment.
East Windsor High School participates in the Early College Experience program with the University of Connecticut. High school students have the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. The class credits can directly transfer to UConn which can save significant amounts of tuition. It also helps ease students into the rigors of college curriculum while in the smaller, familiar environment of high school. There are also other college readiness opportunities available to challenge the higher achieving students.
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Keeping Informed: Recent East Windsor Educational News
- East Windsor Goes Into Overdrive - Overdrive is a program that any student in East Windsor can download onto their mobile devices or computers that allows them the ability to download e-books from the East Windsor Public Libraries. Students can access books at any time, from anywhere, allowing them to read at their own pace and hopefully encourage more reading.
- Providing a Safe Place to Celebrate - East Windsor high school seniors are running a fundraiser to raise money for the after graduation party for seniors. This Safe Grad party provides a safe environment for seniors to celebrate with their friends after graduation.
- Seniors Demonstrate What They Know - The Capstone Experience-Senior Demonstration Project is an activity that allows seniors in high school to demonstrate all they have learned in a culminating activity. This project earns credit towards graduation and provides the chance for in-depth study in any area of interest.
East Windsor 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: Encouraging Advanced Courses
With more and more foreign-born students enrolling in schools across America, many of whom speak little English, the concept of taking advanced courses seems unattainable. The student themselves may wander through their school years thinking that since English is not their native language, there is little chance of success in higher level courses. While a student who speaks very little English will inevitably struggle at first, once they have a good grasp on the English language, there is no reason why they can’t attempt an AP or other advanced course. ESL students have as much drive and intelligence as any other native English speaker and those that qualify, should be encouraged by their teachers and parents to take at least one advanced course.