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Milford, Connecticut Tutoring Programs
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Milford District and Curriculum
Milford Public Schools are committed to what they have called Continuous Improvement. They strive to have all students graduate with a strong mastery in reading and writing. The schools are working to make sure students can analyze and comprehend advanced problem solving. They want to focus on creating curriculum with enough rigor to prepare students not only for college but for the workforce as well, and at the same time engaging and inspiring students to learn.
We currently cover the following Milford-area school district: Milford Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Milford District Curriculum
Milford teachers have worked to write new and dynamic curriculum that will meet these district needs and have created a plan to make the application of the district goals continuous district-wide. This involves professional development, the vertical alignment of education standards, and common assessments so that there are clear expectations for all students. The district is providing support for teachers to differentiate their instruction to meet the needs of a wide range of student needs. The administrators throughout the district have also worked hard on walking through classrooms on a regular basis to ensure that students are engaged and that the teacher is working towards meeting the district goals. In all Milford schools, the goal has been to raise the academic bar across all schools consistently.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Milford Educational News
- Milford Always has Time for Kids - Time for Kids is a site that provides online access to a wide variety of books and magazines. Students and parent alike can find articles on a any topic and even links for homework help. Time for Kids create an academic at home library where parents can feel confident that their kids are accessing appropriate yet entertaining reading material.
- Family Resource Center - Milford Public Schools has created a program which seeks to benefit the entire community by incorporating the community into the education of their children. They offer support by coordinating parent education groups and child development classes where they learn from other parents about parenting tips. There are also playgroups for younger children and parent seminars. The center provides support for parents with children of any age, which fosters a community structure where parents can get advice or tips to become better parents.
- One Voice - The PTSA of Milford has united to serve as a single advocacy voice for students in the Milford schools. The decision to do so allows the organization to equitably raise funds for all district schools and support the diverse programs and classroom initiatives of the teachers.
Milford 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: Math and Science Education
The U.S Department of Education is taking the initiative to attract the best and brightest math and science teachers to teach at schools across the country. Since Math and Science tend to be the most difficult subjects to learn and to teach, the U.S has recognized the growing need to better prepare our students for the challenges of a technological world. From giving incentives to undergrad college students in the form of tuition or loan repayment, they are attempting to encourage the brightest minds in mathematics, science, and engineering to become teachers before entering the industry. With the hope that those bright minds may remain in teaching, they hope to in the very least leave behind a last impression in their students. Bringing in these highly intelligent and educated teachers will serve all students better and prepare them for the demands of the future.