How middle and high school students can hold themselves accountable during distance learning

Many schools are transitioning to online or distance learning techniques to prevent the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. This change in learning can be daunting to students and teachers alike, as this is new territory for many who are used to a traditional classroom learning environment. Read more

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Best in Class Education Center Announces New Distance Learning Options To Empower Education During COVID-19

Best in Class has launched innovative distance-learning tools to keep its students on track during the school closures. Read more about this innovative approach here.

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Tips to Keep your Student Focused While Completing Academic Work at Home

Whether your student completes schoolwork from home on a regular basis, is completing work at home for a specific reason like the current disruption in the school calendar or has supplemental coursework they do after the traditional school day, there are a few easy things you can do to help them be successful. Read more

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How Math and English Enrichment Can Benefit Your Child

School can only support so much of your child’s academic development. There are many subjects to learn and many students to teach, with each child at a different level of comprehension and interest than the rest. Your child may feel lost in a certain class due to lack of understanding or be bored because the material is too easy. Either situation can lead to poor grades or behavioral issues. A simple solution to get your child back on track is educational enrichment programs. Read more

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How to Deal with Exam Stress

With schools and colleges placing so much emphasis on testing, it is no wonder that up to 20% of students experience high anxiety before exams. If your child is often overwhelmed by tests, it can create a self-fulfilling prophecy if they get a bad grade. While test prep programs are a great way to reinforce the knowledge needed to pass an exam, there are a few other techniques students can use before the big day. Here are three strategies your children can do at home to help reduce stress. Read more

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Vietnamese boat refugee shares power of education

Get inspired by the fascinating story of Best in Class founder & CEO, Hao Lam, a refugee whose hard work and passion for education has brought Best in Class to be one of the most competitive education centers with 65 locations across the US!

Read more about his journey here.

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Happy Holidays from Best in Class CEO

Dear Parents,

It’s unbelievable how fast this year has gone by! It seems like just yesterday we opened our 50th location. We now have 65 locations nationwide! Through 2019, we have added new Best in Class Education Centers in California, Florida, Oregon, Kentucky, and Texas. We’re already on the cusp of 2020, and it seems like a great time to look back and celebrate how far we’ve come while preparing ourselves for the future.

I am grateful to each one of you for trusting Best in Class with your children; it’s a responsibility I have never taken lightly. I am so proud of the way in which they open their minds to the lessons we teach them. I have to share credit for your children’s success with our wonderful franchisees across the US. The people behind them are committed to providing the best education to your children. All of our Best in Class staff members put your children at the heart of everything we do.

In 2020, we look forward to continuing our mission to empower students and to build a legacy of learning. We know how much of an impact our programs have on students and we are excited to bring these programs to more communities across the U.S. Thank you for investing in your children to empower their future.

I look forward to your continued support as we step into 2020 together. On behalf of the Best in Class team, I wish you and your loved ones a joyful festive season and all the best for the New Year.

Sincerely,

Hao Lam

CEO, Best in Class Education Center

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5 New Year’s Resolutions Great for Children and Parents

With the New Year comes not only the dropping of the ball in Times Square but also the dropping of bad habits. It is an opportunity to determine what to improve to experience less stress and more balance. You may come up with lots that you want to change, but these five resolutions are perfect for both parents and children to work on together. Read more

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