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Framingham, Massachusetts Tutoring Programs
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Framingham District and Curriculum
The district follows the comprehensive curriculum provided for by the Massachusetts Department of Education and which follows the Common Core Standards, a nationally-adopted standards-based curriculum. For English language arts, the learning expectations are provided for literature, informational texts, reading foundational skills, opinion and persuasive writing, informative and explanatory writing, narrative writing, speaking and listening, and language. The math standards are also structured this way and are categorized by the areas of counting and cardinality, operations and algebraic thinking, number and operations, measurement and data, and geometry.
We currently cover the following Framingham-area school district: Framingham Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Framingham District Curriculum
The reading standards of Massachusetts’ Curriculum Framework in grades Pre-K require students to learn how to ask and answer questions about a story, to relate the events of a story that has been read aloud to them, and to recreate the actions of the characters in a story. They should be able to generate and respond to questions about vocabulary, and discuss pictures that depict actions or moods set in the story.
By grades 6-12, reading standards focus on students’ ability to make accurate inferences about the meaning in a text, to compare and contrast different texts, to evaluate the arguments in a text, to explain how a text organizes information and to understand how the organization contributes to meaning and effectiveness. In addition, students must be able to integrate charts, graphs, and images with the meaning of the text, and to demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between primary and secondary sources.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Framingham Educational News
- Summer Scene - The Framingham School District will offer summer programs for students in grades K-8. Courses include Magic of Reading, Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Sign Language, Karate, Hiphop Dance, 3D Art, Wrestling, Basketball, T-Ball, Kickball and Soccer.
- Financial Literacy Programs - BMC Durfee High School. In an innovative program, 11 schools in Massachusetts will receive funding for classes to teach students the basics of financial literacy. BMC Durfee High will partner with Bay Coast Bank, which is providing $19,870 for the three-year pilot program.
- The Early Childhood Alliance of Framingham - This organization offers a wide array of services that seek to ensure that all families have access to the information and resources to allow them to support the welfare of young children. The Alliance offers information about how parents can prepare their children for the transition into kindergarten. The Alliance provides a computer at the Family Resource Center, and provides opportunities for parents and educators can support each other.
Framingham 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: Time Management
What is your most valuable resource? Is it having money, or talent, great tech gear? All of these are important to your success in school. But your greatest resource is far more likely to be something you tend to take for granted: time. Time is finite; once it’s gone, you can’t get it back. And you can’t get back the opportunities that time presented to you. You will need good time-management skills for the rest of your life. That’s why business schools make it a priority in their curriculum and corporations continually offer executives opportunities to hone the strategies they use to manage their time effectively. Use a day planner, make to-do lists, use different methods for short term planning and longer term goals.