E.nopi, a supplementary learning center that offers programs that orginiated in Korea more than 30 years ago, opens in Williston Park.
The supplementary learning center known as E.nopi: Math, Reading, Writing—which opened in Williston Park October 1—promises not only to keep students on the right track in their studies but to give them the tools to rise far above the standards of their grade level. The program originated in Korea in 1976 and has spread far and wide to reach nearly three million students across the world.
These kids engage in a curriculum that, while in line with the New York State standards and regulations, offers much more than just basic tutoring. Students are guided based on their individual needs and abilities and not simply their age-hence E.nopi, which means eye-level learning.
There are no conventional classes or classrooms, and each instructor handles no more than three students at a time. This method, says representatives, results in more concentrated efforts and faster results. Students who spend six months to a year as part of the E.nopi learning program typicallys test one to two grade levels higher in school.
E.nopi: Math, Reading, Writing is located at 61 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, For more information, call 516-331-1139 or visit enopimathreading.com.