Nia Educational provides private tutoring and supplemental educational services. The program uses a variety of teaching strategies to expose students to concepts needed to excel in the classroom. Our program uses computer technology as well as research based curriculum to provide instruction. Programs can be tailored to meet the needs of each student. All instructors are required to have a four year degree and/or teaching certification. Parents may choose to have services in a variety of settings, including:
- Public libraries
- Provider offices
- Family homes
- Community centers
- Places of worship
Private Tutoring Instruction
Nia Educational provides private tutoring instruction at a low cost rate. Nia Educational understands the busy schedules of many of our clients. We provide one on one tutoring at your home, local library or other sites. With this option parents choose the time and days they would like service. The features of the program are still the same however the times and days are tailored to fit the needs of the client. This program is an excellent complement to students who are home-schooled.
Supplemental Educations Services/ Free Tutoring
Nia Educational is a state approved provider of Supplemental Education Services (SES). Supplemental educational services (SES) are free tutoring services that must be offered to low-income children who attend a Title I school that fails to make progress for three years (in its second year of “school improvement status”). Low-income students are generally those who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch. These services offer students extra help in academic subjects such as reading, language arts, and mathematics. SES services are provided outside the regular school day—before or after school, on weekends, or in the summer.
Literacy Consulting Services
Nia Educational provides literacy consulting services to districts and other educational agencies. We can tailor a program to fit the needs of any school district or school building.
- Provide professional development and resources to teachers, paraprofessionals and administrators.
- Evaluate district wide or school wide literacy needs.
- Assist in creating school wide or district literacy vision.
- Administer reading assessments.
- Coordinate, interpret and disseminate district or school building testing results.
- Assist in curriculum material adoption.
- Assist in developing district or school building intervention plans for improving literacy.
- Consult, demonstrate and help teachers implement the schools RtI programs in and out of the classroom.
- Mentor teachers through feedback, modeling, coaching and research study groups.
- Provide in-school or after school reading intervention for individual students or small groups.
- Assist in creation and training of Literacy team.