All CATEGORIES
☰ Menu

New Math Class Promises to Boost Adult Math

UPublish story by Linda Smalley

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 18, 2013

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Doug Miller

NEW CLASS PROMISES TO BOOST ADULT MATH SKILLS

Class designed to help adult students prepare for additional

education, college entrance exams

Medina, OH – In this competitive job market, training, re-training and higher education are keys to career success. Many of today’s adult learners are falling behind because they lack fundamental math skills that hinder their prospects for additional training and hamper their performance on college entrance exams. Polaris Career Center and the Medina County University Center have joined forces to offer a FREE, five-week course designed to refresh and rebuild the math skills of adults. This new class, “Basic Math Skills for Adults,” will meet on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, beginning on July 23. All classes will be held at the University Center, located at 6300 Technology Lane in Medina.

Many adults developed a dislike of math at an early age. Unfortunately, this skill deficiency can make it difficult to pursue additional educational opportunities. The goal of Basic Math Skills for Adults is to give students the foundation in math skills they need to move ahead.


This story was provided by an individual or organization for use on the Ohio.com community site, http://www.ohio.com/upublish. We do not endorse and cannot guarantee the accuracy of this posting, though we do reject announcements with inappropriate content. You can read our full user agreement here.


Story tools

Email  Email   Print  Print   Reprint  Reprint   Popular  Most Popular   Subscribe  Subscribe

Share this story





MORE FROM OHIO.COM MORE FROM OHIO.COM >
EDITORS' PICKS

OHIO.COM VIDEOS

Prev Next

Most Read Stories