TEANECK, N.J. - Nov. 13, 2017 // PRNewswire // - Thousands of additional parents in Greater Raleigh will now have access to an individualized learning program for their preschool to high school aged children. Kumon, the world's largest after-school math and reading program, is expanding in the area with the opening of a new learning center in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
There are 31 Kumon Math and Reading Centers in North Carolina, including 10 in Greater Raleigh. The new learning center in Wake Forest is part of Kumon's 2017 expansion plan of opening 100 new centers nationwide.
"Raleigh is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, and with the Research Triangle being home to numerous high-tech companies and enterprises, it is an ideal location for Kumon's expansion," said Larry Lambert, vice president of franchise recruitment at Kumon North America. "A great deal of emphasis is placed on education in the region and we look forward to meeting that demand for high quality supplemental education programs with the addition of the new center in Wake Forest.
Kumon's Presence in Greater Raleigh
The Kumon Method empowers children to become self-learners and is designed to advance math and reading skills while fostering a love for learning. Kumon sparks critical thinking, establishes a pattern of success and builds confidence that can lead to accelerated learning throughout life.
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Kumon is an after-school math and reading enrichment program that unlocks the potential of children in preschool through high school, so they can achieve more on their own. The learning method uses an individualized approach that helps children develop a solid command of math and reading skills. Visit kumon.com to learn more.
Kumon is an ideal small business for professionals. Kumon Franchisees must have a four-year college degree, be proficient in math and reading, have investment capital of $70,000 and a net worth of at least $150,000. Founded in 1958, Kumon has over four million students enrolled in nearly 25,000 learning centers in 50 countries and regions.