ORADELL, NJ--(Marketwire - Oct 29, 2012) - Huntington Learning Centers across the country are proud to honor their students for their outstanding efforts and achievement through Huntington's supplemental education services program.
"Our students have worked very hard this year, and their efforts have shown in the results they have achieved," said Taryn Weitzman, Director of Franchise Operations for Huntington Learning Centers. "We are seeing grade level increases of .84 in Reading and 1.3 in Math nationally in an average of just 30 hours of instruction."
Huntington completed tutoring programs with more than 6,000 students in 14 states plus the District of Columbia in the 2011-2012 academic year. Huntington's School Services division helps school districts across the country improve their academic performance, as dictated by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Eligible students receive free supplemental education services from Huntington.
Huntington was one of the nation's first NCLB-approved supplemental education services providers and has worked with more than 200 school districts nationwide since 2002. Huntington has more than 250 learning centers in 38 states, and in 2009, the company launched the Huntington School Services Franchise business, which has since expanded to 14 states plus the District of Columbia.
For more information about the Huntington's School Services, contact Taryn Weitzman at (800) 692-8400 ext. 446
Founded in 1977, Huntington is a pioneer and leader in the tutoring industry. For over 35 years, Huntington has provided quality instruction to hundreds of thousands of students. Huntington prides itself on being "Your Tutoring Solution" for students in all grades and subjects. They tutor in academic skills, such as reading, phonics, math and study skills; and in advanced math and science subjects ranging from algebra through calculus and general science through physics. They also prepare students for state and standardized entrance exams, such as high school entrance exams and the SAT and ACT and provide free school tutoring to eligible schools.