MathAndReadingCenterOfArizona – Launches New Series of Pages

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several topics pertaining to creating a future of highly educated adults

MathAndReadingCenterOfArizona has recently launched several new pages dealing with various aspects of adolescent education both nationally and locally in Arizona.

Education can be a controversial subject and Ardeth Martin, author of MathAndReadingCenterOfArizona, looks at several topics pertaining to creating a future of highly educated adults. One of the recent articles addresses spending cuts at local kindergartens, as reported in the Arizona Republic, a local newspaper. According to that paper, several area schools were considering paring down the budgets by discontinuing all-day kindergarten. According to MathAndReadingCenterOfArizona, kindergarten is not the idea place to cut budgets if such cuts need to be made, since kindergarten involves the foundation for the rest of a child’s education.

Another of the new articles explains in a simple fashion how to teach a child to read. Education is mandatory and funded by government throughout the United States and many other developed nations, meaning that all children receive reading instruction at an early age. However, because of the existence of adult illiteracy, MathAndReadingCenterOfArizona, advocates teaching a child to read at home, and explains how to do this in a few short paragraphs.

Lastly, one of the new pages provides directions on how to choose a tutor for a child who is doing less than ideally in one or more subjects in school. While a parent may have a vested interesting in helping a failing child, time constraints may prevent this. The page on choosing a tutor explains how parents can partner with someone who has the experience and skill necessary to get this done.

About was launched in August of 2000, and is a great source of information about child education, both for parents and teachers. It is run by Ardeth Martin, who has a teaching certificate and a Master of Arts in Cross Categorical Special Education K-12. Ardeth has taught children in the school system and at home. MathAndReadingCenterOfArizona is designed and maintained by


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