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New Owners Of Mathnasium Of Great Neck Excited To Transform Children’s Lives

Sep 7, 2020

There are fresh faces at Mathnasium of Great Neck. New center owners Karen and Alan Flyer are eager to bring fun and effective supplementary math programs to community children in grades 1-12. Karen will serve as Center Director of the Great Neck location.

“I am thrilled to be joining the family business here at Mathnasium, bringing my decades of experience in marketing and small business and non-profit consulting, as well as my love of math and my passion for working with children, to my new venture. My husband Alan and his team of instructors have been helping kids succeed in math since 2011 at the Mathnasium of Roslyn, the first Mathnasium Learning Center in Nassau County—and a perennial Top Performing Center in the Mathnasium organization. He and I look forward to growing the Great Neck Center into the go-to resource for students in the Great Neck, Douglaston, and Little Neck areas looking to achieve mathematical mastery,” said Karen Flyer.

The math-only learning center at 11 Great Neck Road in Great Neck fills in knowledge gaps, keeps students caught up in school, and makes learning math fun. Using the Mathnasium Method™, knowledgeable instructors teach face-to-face, providing the attention and support children need. A unique combination of mental, verbal, visual, tactile, and written techniques ensures that any child can learn to excel at math. Mathnasium also now offers Mathnasium@home, an online learning experience which closely mimics one in center, for those families who prefer this delivery method of instruction.

“We don’t rely on memorization or drilling. Mathnasium students receive the true foundational understanding they need to build number sense — an intuitive understanding of how numbers work,” said Karen Flyer. “And while we help struggling students develop into ‘A’ students, we also help ‘A’ students go on to even greater achievements. The transformation in these children extends beyond the math classroom; they gain the confidence to take on the world. As educators, we’re thrilled to be able to have this impact.”

This school year in particular, programs like Mathnasium’s are even more important due to the “COVID Slide” students have suffered as a result of the sudden shutdown of schools and the lackluster learning which took place remotely during the pandemic. These preliminary COVID Slide estimates suggest students could begin fall 2020 with roughly 50% of the learning gains in math from the prior year relative to a typical school year. In lower grades, students may be nearly a full year behind in math compared to what we would observe in normal conditions (Brown Center Chalkboard

The impact of COVID-19 on student achievement and what it may mean for educators

Jim Soland, Megan Kuhfeld, Beth Tarasawa, Angela Johnson, Erik Ruzek, and Jing Liu Wednesday, May 27, 2020).

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About Mathnasium

The math education authority for grades 1–12, Mathnasium is North America’s leading math-only supplemental education franchise. Its mission: to provide children with the strong math foundation they need to succeed in school and in life. The result of 40+ years of hands-on instruction and research, the proprietary Mathnasium Method™ teaches children of all skill levels in ways that make sense to them. Franchising since 2003, Mathnasium now has over 1,000 Mathnasium Learning Centers worldwide and is ranked #28 in Entrepreneur’s 2018 Franchise 500®.

See Mathnasium’s TV ad, “Mathnasium Transformations,” at https://bit.ly/2HMjlPQ.

For information about the Mathnasium Method, see www.mathnasium.com.