Academic Approach

Academic Approach
Academic Approach is listed in the Tutoring category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Academic Approach which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Academic Approach on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

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342 W Armitage Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 348-8914

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Academic Approach has an overall ZapScore of 66. This means that Academic Approach has a higher ZapScore than 66% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Chicago, Illinois is 35 and in the Tutoring category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore.

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One of our Chicago tutors, Tom, cites Vintage Baldwin by James Baldwin as his favorite book. "James Baldwin was an incredibly incisive thinker about both personal and political elements of civil rights and America, and this collection includes several of his best essays, short stories, and excerpts from a novel and a play," says Tom. Pick up this incredible collection and let us know what you thought!

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It's #TriviaTuesday Time! Who was the first female to be featured on the front of a Wheaties box? A. Mary Lou Retton B. Billy Jean King C. Serena Williams D. Jackie Joyner-Kersee

Our Director of Instruction, Saralyn, lists She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb as her favorite book. "I first read this book when I was much younger. I had read many books with young female main characters, but none of them had really connected with me. Young women were portrayed in most of the books I read in school as either someone's daughter or girlfriend or wife. As characters, they were always just thinking about, talking about, or reacting to what the men in the story would do. They were shells of characters, really. Prim and proper archetypes of what young women should be. But not Dolores, from She's Come Undone. You get to see inside her thought process which is complex and flawed but much more genuine than anything I'd read before. She views the world with a hefty dose of skepticism and sarcasm. She uses humor to offset her discomfort and often finds herself making mistakes. This book was the first one I'd read where a young woman is searching for her own agency in the messiest of ways and finds it in herself, not from a male character's validation." Pick up a copy of She's Come Undone and tell us what you think!