The Tutoring Center opened in early March at 12567 W. Broadway St., Ste. 115, Pearland. The center offers one-on-one instruction for students in kindergarten through 12th grade under the leadership of Director Shumaila Momin. The business uses a teaching system designed to increase attention spans. The Tutoring Center offers a free diagnostic assessment prior to enrollment. Subjects include math, reading, writing and SAT preparation. 281-650-2246. www.pearland.tutoringcenter.com
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