Snoqualmie software company launches new online learning tool

  • Tuesday, December 20, 2016 12:18pm
  • Business

Neuropath Learning Institute, with an office in Snoqualmie, has launched a new pre-kindergarten product, called “Accelerating Young Minds” now available online, for use on any smart device with an Internet connection.

The learning program is based on studies about brain development in young children.

Neuropath Learning Institute, a developer of online learning programs, has offered elementary and pre-kindergarten programs to schools, but this is the first time the company has offered programs directly to parents online.

According to Gary H. Andersen, founder and CEO of Neuropath learning Institute, ”A pre-K child who is able to complete 100 percent mastery of our 60 learning activities…on AYM will will enter kindergarten ready to learn and will be in the top 10 to 25 percent of their entering kindergarten class.”

The company philosophy is based on the belief that early childhood development drives success in school and life.

For more information, visit www.acceleratingyoungminds.com.

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