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Teaching Excellence in Great Falls - Source Connection news papers

Posted on Aug 08,2017
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Mina Azari Kondner, director and Nahid Momenian, teacher at Mina’s School of Great Falls, display math teaching props that they use to help tutor children in math who may be struggling in public school. Photo by Colin Stoecker - The Connection

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By Colin Stoecker

GREAT FALLS - Mina Azari Kondner, teacher, director and founder of Mina’s School of Great Falls believes that any student can succeed in school. Her program teaches intensive math, reading, and tutoring for students to organize their thoughts when they have struggled in other schools.

The school reaches students in grades 1 through 8. Right now the school only has six students in total, and a handful of teachers. Mina’s School has been in existence for two years.

“We are new,” said Kondner. “I loved teaching from childhood, when I came to America from Iran, I didn’t have the English confidence. I felt that I could teach in English too.”

The school prides itself in its unique method of teaching math with diagrams and sets of blocks. Students at Mina’s school go from having trouble in public school to participating in math competitions at the local and state level.

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