Queens, NY– This week Khan’s Tutorial held its winter leadership training session at its headquarters at KT Sutphin. During the week of training, top Khan’s Tutorial Instructors learn how to help better serve the students in their respective branches in leadership roles. Furthermore, they learn key principles in teaching, leadership, and management. In preparation of upcoming exams, trainees are taught how to increase the quality of learning to ensure all students are prepared. Khan’s Tutorial values being a company in the community that can offer mentorship and guidance to students and parents.This year, Khan’s Tutorial invited special guest Ani Sanyal, CEO of Green Room Creative and Co-Founder of Kolkata Chai Company. Sanyal shared his experiences as a South Asian business owner and spoke to trainees about purpose driven leadership and the importance of uplifting one’s community.”Khan’s Tutorial has so much potential to be a cultural force and shake up equity in education and reclaim how our people and other minorities play the social mobility game,” said Ani Sanyal.
“As we begin 2020 our main focus is looking at our community through a broader lens. We are focusing on the experience of students, parents, and instructors to optimize personalized growth. We envision our future leaders making greater strides than we have ever before. Our main goal is to teach our team to empower themselves so they may take on any challenges with the best mindset. Having a team as open minded and willing to learn as ours has enabled us to make a difference in our student’s lives and build stronger connections within our culture,” said Dr. Ivan Khan, CEO & President of Khan’s Tutorial With 10 locations in the outer boroughs of New York City, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and in the Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Astoria, 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 3,383 students receive offers to New York City’s Specialized High Schools.