Sylvan Learning providing discount on Homework Support until Election Day
UPSTATE, S.C. — Sylvan Learning Center locations across the Upstate are providing discounts on their Homework Support package until Election Day.
Sylvan’s Homework Support is led by certified teachers, who already have an in-depth understanding of quality teaching strategies, and offers a variety of programs that fits each family’s needs and budget. In general, the program involves instructing students on their homework helps students improve comprehension, feel less stressed and more confident, and build the skills needed for a successful academic career. While each session may vary based on the student’s needs, in general, Sylvan will help your student work through more difficult problems, apply new and old skills, and create better study habits.
To learn more and register for Homework Support with a discount, call the Sylvan Learning location most convenient for you at 864-676-0011.
“We know that learning right now is providing its own set of difficulties,” said Amy Gardner, franchise owner of Sylvan Learning in the Upstate. “We’re providing discounts on our Homework Support in order to ensure any student who might need more help has access to it.”
About Sylvan Learning Center:
With more than 40 years of experience and more than 750 points of presence throughout the world, Sylvan Learning is the leading provider of personal learning for students in grades K-12. Sylvan is transforming how students learn, inspiring them to succeed in school and in life. Sylvan’s proven tutoring approach blends amazing teachers with SylvanSync™ technology on the iPad® for an engaging learning experience. Sylvan also leads the way with Sylvan EDGE—STEM and accelerated courses and Sylvan Prep —college and test prep courses. Sylvan supports families through every stage of the academic journey. For more information, visit www.SylvanLearning.com or SylvanLearning.com/blog.
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