Queens, NY -- Khan’s Tutorial held their annual Summer Leadership Training Session this
week at their headquarters, located at KT Sutphin. During the week of training, top Khan’s
Tutorial Instructors learn how to help better serve the students in their respective branches.
Furthermore, they learn key principles in teaching, leadership, and management. In preparation
of upcoming exams, trainees are taught how to increase the quality of learning to ensure all
students are prepared. Khan’s Tutorial values being a company in the community that can offer
mentorship and guidance to students and parents.
“Every year, we hold biannual training for rising leaders at Khan's Tutorial who have gone above
and beyond their expected role and responsibilities at their centers. During our rigorous week-
long training session, young leaders learn how to supervise and motivate large teams, increase
student test scores, foster parental engagement, mentor students, and inspire them to surpass
their academic potential,” said Dr. Ivan Khan, President and CEO of Khan’s Tutorial.
“This year’s group of trainees were very excited to learn and grow. As leaders, I can see them
all being very active in the lives of the students and parents in their respective branches. This
year’s Common Core Summer program will have some new additions such as Student of the
Month and Spelling Bees across all centers. Our team looks forward to implementing these
changes and better serving our students, ” says Israt Hoque, Khan’s Tutorial’s new Common
Core Program Manager.
“Many 10th and 11th graders are returning to Khan’s Tutorial for our Summer SAT Elite
program. This training session for High School Achievement Program Quality Managers will be
especially helpful to this new wave of students. This is a group that’s very dedicated and
determined to finding the best way to serve their community,” said Tasneem Imam Khan, MPH
(Columbia University Master's Degree), Director of High School Achievement program.
With 11 locations in the outer boroughs of New York City, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and in the
Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Astoria, Sunnyside, Ozone Park, and Floral Park neighborhoods of
Queens, Khan’s Tutorial primarily serves in assisting families in low-income, new immigrant
neighborhoods. Since 1994, Khan’s Tutorial has helped 3,383 students receive offers to New
York City’s Specialized High Schools.