If you didn’t receive the latest New England Tutors e-newsletter below you will find an excerpt of what you missed!

… For me, the beginning of summer break has always been a time to review, renew and reset not only my personal but business life. With longer days, warmer weather, and all the vivid colors and smells, I get inspired to embark on new adventures, rediscover my backyard, get physical, and learn something new.

Traditionally, this tends to be the same for kids of all ages. Leaving the confines of the classroom for unlimited outdoor play, lax bedtimes and new and exciting encounters is welcome and embraced. This experience always makes me ponder the question, why can’t the classroom be more like summer break and why can’t summer break adopt more of the classroom learning?…

New England Tutors aims to bring you the latest news on in the education system, highlights of what has been going on in our local schools, helpful resources and links, and information about the up-and-coming New England Tutor events and programs.   The focus of this newsletter was to help you make this summer a perfect blend of fun, enrichment and educational pizazz.

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