Student Support Services

Student Support Services programs face the enormous challenge of helping a large number of students with a wide variety of learning needs. Cambridge directly partners with Student Support Services personnel to launch, maintain, or sharpen programs that eliminate barriers that stand between students and their educational goals. We can assist programs in taking steps to improve students' core math, reading, and writing skills. Our trusted and tested resources, which include specialized software programs and in-depth graduate school test preparation materials, accelerate student learning.

Cambridge partners with Student Support Services professionals to help:

  • Provide dynamic classroom materials to teach graduate and career skills and strategies.
  • Chart improvement with assessments for graduate school entrance tests.
  • Learn through professional development workshops.
  • Offer Web courses and CD-ROM software to supplement programs.

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