Global Education’s world-leading globally benchmarked mathematics program is allocating free slots, from 2010/September until 2012/June, to two mathematics-oriented students, at each school in Finland, who start Grade 5 in 2010/Fall.
Global Education’s mathematics program for students is aimed at bringing the level of students who are in the top 10% locally up to the level of the top 1% of students within the top-ranked education systems, thereby putting them in a very strong position for admissions to and studies at the world’s elite universities and for building influential careers. Students typically cover the local high school curriculum/IB High Level (ordinarily covered by the end of the thirteenth school year) by the end of the eleventh school year.
The program, which employs live top-quality video and audio and web 2.0 mechanisms, has been developed by and is taught by many of the foremost school mathematics experts in the world, from Stanford to the Ivy League to Budapest to Moscow to East Asia.
Each group meets for a 50-minute hour each day (participation replaces participation in math classes at the local schools), Monday through Thursday or Friday (those who cannot attend all sessions can review recordings of missed ones), at the same time each day (time slots starting at the top of the hour are available from early morning to late evening).
For more information about the program see https://globaleducationforyou.wordpress.com/
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org (make sure to include school name and county and school district in any correspondence).