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Excel Achievement Center Promotes Online Initiative with 10th Anniversary

SIOUX FALLS, S.D., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Excel Achievement Center ("Excel") today announces plans to take their online tutoring program nationwide.  Founded in 2004, Excel is a Nationally Accredited Dyslexia Clinic that understands and uses one of the most successful programs to intervene with children with dyslexia.

In celebration of Excel's 10th Anniversary, President/CEO and Author of "Unlocking the Genius within Your Child" Stephanie Spaan has restructured the current staff model and will be launching their online tutoring program nationwide.  "I am thrilled to have the job that I do and am excited about the possibility of reaching more children Nationwide. It is imperative that we give children the tools that they need to perform at grade level equivalency or above in reading, writing, and mathematics."

Excel's mission is designed to meet the individual learning style of a child. They realize that everyone does not learn in the same way and that promoting individualism is the key to confidence. They help children discover the art of excellence and the power of thinking.  Through specific strategies, they unlock the mystery of learning for their students and assist them in discovering the wonder of questioning and the joy of finding the answer. Their curriculum is based on years of sound research.

Excel Achievement Center utilizes research-based methods to nurture the individual learning style of its students.  "More than tutoring!  It's learning for life!"  For more information about Excel Achievement Center, please visit www.excelachievement.com.

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