Queens, NY – To start off the summer, Khan’s Tutorial held their annual SAT and SHSAT Training Sessions at their headquarters, located at KT Sutphin. The SAT and SHSAT are considered to be two of the most competitive standardized exams any NYC student will take. Training sessions help to keep KT leaders from all 11 locations up to date on how to better serve their community through new teaching techniques and strategies.
“It’s always exciting to see such young professionals learn and grow throughout our training sessions. Instructors not only learn how to better teach, but also how to guide, motivate, and inspire students. We are showing our instructors how to be role models, someone in the community that can answer questions and pave the way for others. These exams can be stressful, and we make sure that our students are in good hands,” said Mohammad Hossain, Vice President of Khan’s Tutorial.
“Training for SHSAT and SAT are my two most proudest moments of the year. As many people know, our team at Khan’s is constantly trying to improve our renowned teaching quality on a regular basis. All of this will be on display during our first ever SAT and Regents Ceremony this summer. I can’t wait to celebrate the continued success of all our High School and Specialized High School Students,” said Dr. Ivan Khan, President and CEO of Khan’s Tutorial.
“Every year, we hold biannual training for notable and rising leaders at Khan’s Tutorial who have gone above and beyond their expected role and responsibilities in their current position. During our rigorous week-long training session, young leaders learn how to supervise large teams, motivate teammates, increase test scores, foster parental engagement, mentor students and inspire them to surpass their academic potential,” said Nipa Khan, Director of High School Achievement program.
With 11 locations in the outer boroughs of New York City, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and in the Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Astoria, Sunnyside, Ozone Park, and Floral Park neighborhoods of Queens, Khan’s Tutorial primarily serves in assisting families in low-income, new immigrant neighborhoods. Since 1994, Khan’s Tutorial has helped 2,986 students gain admission to New York City’s Specialized High Schools.