Franchise Business Review Names LearningRx a 'Top Education Franchise in High Demand During a Pandemic'
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Franchise Business Review Names LearningRx a 'Top Education Franchise in High Demand During a Pandemic'

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Nov. 17, 2020 // PRNewswire // - LearningRx, the largest one-on-one brain training company in the world, has made Franchise Business Review's list of "Top Education Franchises in High Demand During a Pandemic."

According to the publication, education franchises are providing a valuable service during the coronavirus pandemic as many parents try to balance working and school requirements. "As more people head back to the office as businesses slowly reopen, the demand for educational support during the pandemic is greater than ever," reports Franchise Business Review. "Franchises that fill that need by providing instructional support, childcare services, and youth recreational programs are seeing a sharp uptick."

LearningRx one-on-one brain training and the other franchises listed were given high satisfaction ratings by current franchise owners in key areas like training and support, leadership, core values, and financial opportunity, on independent franchisee surveys.

"One of the big questions we get right now is regarding the difference between tutoring and personal brain training," says LearningRx CEO Kim Hanson. "Although both can help students who are struggling, they provide different solutions to different problems. Tutoring is delivers material that was missed the first time. For example, if your child is a strong learner but is behind in school due to an extended absence, tutoring can help them catch up on the material they missed. LearningRx's one-on-one brain training is designed to help improve the weak cognitive skills that help enhance learning in any subject. Our programs target and train the weak brain skills - such as memory, processing speed, and attention - to strengthen the root cause of learning struggles."

Students who continue to struggle with reading, comprehension, or in multiple subjects, or who need to work harder or longer than their peers to complete homework or achieve good grades, may have one or more weak cognitive skills. To help determine why a student struggles, families can schedule a Cognitive Skills Assessment. If the results determine weak cognitive skills, a personalized brain training program may help strengthen their cognitive skills to make learning (and life) easier.

SOURCE LearningRx



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