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Reading and math proficiency have plummeted to historic lows due to the pandemic!

The state of education is in crisis, and time is running out to address the alarming decline in learning.


Dear Keystone Parents,


Startling new data from the United States has painted a grim picture of the educational setbacks caused by the Pandemic. Students are currently lagging behind previous standards by 4-5 months in mathematics and reading, and the road to recovery will take MORE than 5 years.


A study conducted by Dr. Ben Dominguez, a distinguished professor at Stanford University's Institute of Education, has shed light on the severity of the issue. In just the first year of the Pandemic, reading proficiency among students in grades 2 to 3 dropped by a staggering 30%!


The New York Times and Education Weekly have reported that students are currently grappling with an average of "seven months of academic stagnation" and have missed out on half a year or more of crucial studies. The situation demands immediate action to prevent our children from becoming part of what some have called a "lost generation."


At Keystone, we fully understand the concerns and aspirations you have for your children's education in these challenging times. We share your determination in ensuring their constant improvement towards their full potential. In the upcoming Fall semester, we are committed to enhancing the interaction between students and teachers thereby creating a learning environment that is both engaging and effective.


How will Keystone help children progress in the Fall Semester of 2023?

As parents ourselves, the teachers and staff at Keystone understand your concerns. We refuse to let our children be labeled as a lost generation or allow their grades to suffer. Our services are designed to help students solve their academic difficulties and, because we have such industry-leading expertise and rich experience, Keystone will launch a series of new tutorial courses in the Fall semester to help our students meet their needs and surpass their peers to accomplish more significant achievements


Elementary School (Grade 3-5)

  • Teach students how to establish good learning habits

  • Help children build a solid foundation in English and Mathematics

  • Follow district textbooks and encourage students to study ahead of current courses

Middle School (Grade 6-8)

  • Develop ways to master ones unique learning skills

  • Improve student’s desire to learn, promote their ability to seize opportunities, and help with clarifying university goals

  • Preparing for high school

  • Correct student’s learning methods, regularly check student's school performance, and check for homework and test omissions and make up for absences.

  • 1-on-1 professional counseling

  • College Preparedness Plan for grades 7-8

High School (Grade 9-12)

  • Provide 1-on-1 private tutoring to help students stay ahead of their current classes and to prepare for exams ahead of time

  • AP course tutoring

  • College Preparedness Plan for grades 9-11 and College Application Consultation Plan for grade 12

  • Keep up to date with changes in the college admissions process and how to prepare for college exams

  • How to polish your resume and expand your extracurricular activities

  • How to take best advantage of opportunities in the college admissions process


These are just a few examples of how Keystone will help your child learn effectively. We are constantly improving our effective teaching solutions. Let us help your child maintain a positive and optimistic attitude towards learning. We believe that our children will have a brighter future as a result.


For more information or If you have any questions, please contact us:


Diamond Bar Campus:

909-860-9345


West Covina Campus

626-918-1239


Melody Young, Director of Diamond Bar

Kitty Yue, Director of West Covina

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