Knowledge Road has been setting the standard for agencies throughout the industry. The agency was founded due to recognizing the need for an organization that doesn’t simply make a connection between a school, parent and a teacher, but fosters lifelong partnerships with the schools we serve.
Since Knowledge Road began operating, we offer our teachers paper free billing, curriculum advisors, teaching resources, and more. We have also cultivated a talented team of dedicated educators who represent our values of instruction and continuous support. Using the Common Core State Teaching Standards to determine instructional goals, our teachers have assisted students from Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade in Math, Literacy and test-prep instruction.
Teaching Standards, or school specific recommended curriculum guidelines, to prepare students to take state standardized examinations, including the Regents examination, TACHS, or other statewide examinations. Whenever practical, we proctor students who require additional test time or other accommodations according to the guidelines set forth in their Individualized Education Service Plans (IESP) or IEP Guidelines. We also offer helpful advice and research-based strategies to help students with testing anxiety.
Using the Common Core State Teaching Standards, or school specific curriculum, our teachers are equipped to assist students with the four main literacy standards: Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. Our providers make learning engaging and cross curricular for students by integrating other subject areas into ELA instruction. We also offer differentiated learning strategies to cater to each student’s learning style.
Our program uses Common Core State Teaching Standards, or school specific curriculum, to enhance mathematics instruction for all learners by tailoring instruction to meet each individual student’s needs. We utilize a hands-on approach to teaching that cultivates an engaging learning environment and promotes progress.
Each student receives SETSS services one to one with a certified teacher.
Frequency and Duration:
We follow the student’s IEP mandate with regard to frequency and duration; many of our students receive our help each weekday and during school breaks. Our teachers are often flexible towards the schedules of the students and the school.
Students who score below grade level on diagnostic tests in Reading and Mathematics or who are in jeopardy of academic retention may qualify for an Individual Education Plan (IEP) and so, our assistance. Parents or schools that need clarification on how to acquire an IEP may reach out to us for assistance.