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STEM Education and Tutoring Industry Expert Available for Interview
Solomon Berman is the Founder and Lead Teacher of Quantum Prep, Boston’s premier STEM Tutoring and Test Prep organization. Born in Boston, MA, he is a native and longtime resident of the Merrimack Valley area.
Now, with over a decade of combined teaching experience at both Boston inner-city schools and Boston University, Solomon actively teaches chemistry, physics, and mathematics at the high school, college, and post baccalaureate levels. He also focuses his attention on developing the most innovative and effective catalog of pedagogical techniques for STEM disciplines, helping students become powerful STEM learners.
Solomon holds degrees from Bates College (Bachelor of Science, Chemistry and Music), Boston University (Masters of Arts Degree in Science Education, Masters of Arts Degree in Theoretical Chemistry), a Professional Development Certification from Harvard University, and has studied at Boston College as a visiting scholar.
About Quantum Prep
Founded by veteran educator Solomon Berman in 2011, Quantum Prep is a privately held education service provider delivering personalized, one-on-one academic tutoring, test preparation and admissions consulting to high school and college students in the Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island areas.
Quantum Prep’s unique programs are developed by experienced, professional educators working together as a community to mentor and challenge students of all levels to reach their academic potential and achieve both their short-term and long-term educational objectives. As a program developed solely by educators and with a focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education, Quantum Prep’s highly qualified instructors boast some of the industry’s best student achievement rates.
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