Vacancies at Az-Book-Ah! Kids Center

Piano teacher wanted for a part time position. Current time slot is Tuesday, from 4pm.
Mathematics teacher K-8 wanted for part time position. Current time slot is weekends and possible after-school hours.
This is a 1099 position. Applicant must have reliable transportation to travel to our center, located in Billerica, MA. Please contact us with your current resume and hourly pay requirements to discuss further.
Thank you.


Join us for a fun Paint Night!

Paint Night! Have a tea (or coffee) and paint with us

Create your own masterpiece with a guided step by step instructions and artist's supervision - while enjoying some tea, coffee, pastries, and great company.
Painting size: 9 x 12 inches.
Price: February special - $25/per person. We accept cash or checks, or you can pay online on our website. Come with friends or come by yourself and meet new people.
When: 2.26.2017 at 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Where: Kids center “Az-Book-Ah!” 330 Boston rd. Billerica, MA


Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development - USA is 24-th and below average

• The PISA 2015 survey focused on science, with reading,
mathematics and collaborative problem solving as minor
areas of assessment. PISA 2015 also included an assessment
of young people’s financial literacy, which was optional for
countries and economies.
Participating students
• Approximately 540 000 students completed the assessment in
2015, representing about 29 million 15-year-olds in the schools
of the 72 participating countries and economies.


Finland Will Become the First Country in the World to Get Rid of All School Subjects

And our center use the same approach.
Finland’s education system is considered one of the best in the world. In international ratings, it’s always in the top ten. However, the authorities there aren’t ready to rest on their laurels, and they’ve decided to carry through a real revolution in their school system.
Finnish officials want to remove school subjects from the curriculum. There will no longer be any classes in physics, math, literature, history, or geography.
The head of the Department of Education in Helsinki, Marjo Kyllonen, explained the changes: