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NJ Educational Services, Tutors, Test Prep in NJ

Education Services / Tutors Homework Help School Guide
College Prep / Resources Learning Disabilities Special Education

In addition to the education specialists below, refer to Health Professionals, Specialized Services, Therapeutic Services, Children's Groups and other Health & Family categories for informaton about early intervention services and professional services such as speech/language therapy, ADHD, occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychotherapy, social skills/children’s groups and more. Also see listings under All Around Enrichment, Academic Enrichment and Enrichment Classes for additional educational programs.

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education services / tutors / testing / study skills / test prep

Fractal Science & Math Academy
206 Bellevue Ave., Montclair, NJ, 973-783-5767

JEI Parsippany
1180 Route 46, Parsippany, 973-794-4118

L.E.A.R.N. associates Inc. (Language Education
and Resource Network)

21 Church St., Liberty Corner, 908-626-9655
    LEARN, a full service learning center with a difference, provides students ages 3 to adult with instruction in 12+ languages, including ASL (American Sign Language) and other core subjects. Enrichment, support, accelerated instruction and test preparation (including AP and college levels) are offered in a warm, friendly atmosphere, with meeting rooms that are comfortable and private (no booths or cubicles), and complimentary refreshments are served at all times. We welcome different kinds of learners, and are proud to have been the "boutique" provider of educational programs in our area for over 20 years. We also provide programs for credit to independent schools, enrichment courses to businesses and community groups, and virtual programs (by Skype, Facetime, or Google Hangout) to students who are not able to come to our Center.

Summit Test Prep & Tutoring
1020 Springfield Ave., Suite 102, Mountainside, NJ 07092
908-516-4199 • Email:
    Test preparation (ACT/SAT/PSAT/SSAT/ISEE/HSPT/COOP/
GRE/GMAT) and academic tutoring for middle and high school students. No contracts, no price hikes. Flexible scheduling. Free baseline assessment. Our location or yours.

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college prep / study skills / resources

In addition to the listings below, also see listings above for professional services specializing in test prep and study skills.
         An easy-to-navigate site to search colleges by location, majors, cost, size and more.
         Official site for SAT registration and information with college search function and financial aid planner.
         College search engine and profiles, scholarship search engine and college net cost calculator.
         Website displays data from the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education in the U.S. and other nations.
         Website provides information on admissions, financial aid and scholarships, recommended transfer programs and course equivalencies for New Jersey colleges and universities.
         Online resource for college, university, graduate school, continuing education and private school searches.
         Website often cited by teachers and schools offers valuable information and strategies for learning, studying, time management, test-taking, reading, writing, problem solving and more.
         ACT/SAT practice tests for no charge.
         Initiative by U-CAN (University & College Accountability Network) gives prospective students and their families excellent information in a common format on nonprofit, private colleges and universities including faculty info, graduation and retention statistics.

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learning disabilities support services

Innisfree Foundation
40 S. Fullerton Ave., Montclair, 800-983-8715. Non-profit organization advocates for the special education community in New Jersey by providing low bono and pro bono legal assistance, filing amicus briefs, offering free educational seminars, and direct advocacy.

A resource for parents, educators, advocates and ­attorneys to find information about special education law, education law and advocacy for children with disabilities.

Wrightslaw Yellow Pages for Kids
Website provides clear information about legal rights and advocacy, state agencies, and a directory of resources including educational consultants, psychologists, health care specialists, tutors, advocates, attorneys, parent support groups and more in New Jersey and for every state.

The Children's Dyslexia Center
    National program to combat dyslexia, supported by the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, provides Orton-Gillingham tutoring to kindergarten through high school students free of charge. Open to all. Professional tutor training is also provided at no cost to those who qualify. Individual and business sponsorships accepted.
• Burlington
  Masonic Home, 902 Jacksonville Rd., Burlington, 609-589-4098
• Hasbrouck Heights
  301 Division Ave., Hasbrouck Heights, 201-288-6556
• Northfield
  2000 New Rd., Northfield, 609-641-4330
• Scotch Plains
  301 Forest Ave., Scotch Plains, 908-322-6241
• Tenafly
  P.O. Box 10, 404 Tenafly Rd., Tenafly, 201-567-9002

The C.H.I.L.D. Organization of Scotch Plains-Fanwood
    Support and resource group for families with children who have learning disabilities hosts speakers with a broad spectrum of expertise throughout the year. Membership is open to all parents within the school district and surrounding towns.

Council for Learning Disabilities
    International organization of professionals who establish standards and promote innovative strategies for research and practice.

Division for Learning Disabilities at the Council for Exceptional Children
    International, professional association provides resources and information about assessment, instruction and policy for teaching students with learning disabilities.

International Dyslexia Association
              International network brings individuals, parents and professionals in the field of dyslexia together. New Jersey residents who join IDA automatically become members of the New Jersey branch and receive information about local workshops and conferences.
         A leading website on learning disabilities for educators posts articles, columns by noted experts, a resource guide, referral directory and hosts active forums.

Learning Disabilities Association of New Jersey
P.O. Box 6268, East Brunswick, 732-645-2738
    Non-profit organization of volunteers provides information, support and advocacy for children and adults with learning disabilities, an affiliate of Learning Disabilities Association of America.

Learning Resource Centers
• North: 7 Glenwood Ave., Suite 201, East Orange, 973-414-4491
• North Satellite: 104 American Rd., Building 100, Morris Plains, 973-631-6345
• Central: 200 Riverview Plaza, Trenton, 609-376-3955
• South: Camden County College, Blackwood Campus,
  Wolverton Library 3rd floor, Blackwood, 856-227-7200
         Supported through the NJ Dept. of Education and federal funds, the Learning Resource Centers provide special education information, curriculum guides, consultation services, production services and loan materials to parents and educators serving pupils with disabilities ages 3 to 21.

National Center for Learning Disabilities
    Develops training and educational materials for parents and practitioners.

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homework help and useful links
         An encyclopedia of noted artists with links to image archives, articles about the artist, museums with collections of the artist and market activity of the artist's work.

         Useful sites for gathering information for homework projects. Also

Google Arts & Culture
         Explore history, stories, artworks and collections in extraordinary detail from museums around the world.
         Easy to navigate site for history research.

How Stuff
         Hundreds of topics for science and technology research.
         Free study skills articles for all subjects and ages.

         Search full-text magazines, journals, books and encyclopedias from home with your public library card, or at your local public or school library. Funded by the New Jersey State Library, Library Services & Technology ACT and Regional Library Cooperatives.

Khan Academy
         An extensive library of interactive videos, challenges and assessments cover subjects in math, science, economics, finance, computer programming and humanities. All are available at no charge to students, teachers, parents and anyone interested in learning more.
         Access curious and entertaining facts from America’s past through the “Wise Guide,” portal at The Library of Congress’ website.
    In an attempt to bring order to the chaos of the Internet, refdesk is an index of subjects with current links to a vast number of websites.

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