This article explores the various types of Enrichment and Tuition Centres and how they have mushroomed over the years. More importantly, it aims to provide parents and guardians on how to make informed choices before enrolling their child into one.
In Part 2 of the article, the writer suggests several yardsticks as to how parents and guardians can evaluate and assess the appropriate enrichment centre to enroll their child into, and also certain pitfalls to avoid.
This is the third article on Post Primary Educational Pathway where we look at Specialised Independent Schools and look at factors to consider when choosing a school.
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