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About the Instructor

Introduction

As an extensively trained and certified professional instructor, I serve as a mentor who guides your children through their work while also providing direction, support and encouragement. I create an at-home study plan in addition to monitoring classroom assignments, and I emphasize the importance of accurately completing each assignment within a designated time frame. This has helped many of my students increase self-confidence, thus becoming more self-reliant. Like all Kumon Instructors, I have a true passion for education and an earnest desire to help children succeed.

Biography and Background

Kumon of Fremont - Central District - Instructor

Munir Noorali always had an interest in entrepreneurship. A career in IT that spanned nearly three decades was fulfilling, but when that came to an end, he knew the next step was to research becoming a small business owner. During the search for his next opportunity, Munir worked at his wife’s Kumon Center as the head assistant. It was there that he grew a passion for helping local students determine their “just-right” learning level while developing a love for learning. Kumon also helped their son study years beyond grade level. Soon enough, Munir realized the perfect next step for his family was to join his wife as a Kumon Instructor at his own center. Today, he is the Instructor of the newly opened Kumon Math and Reading Center of Fremont - Central District, and is excited to get to work increase academic confidence and independence in even more children in the area. 


“I witnessed firsthand how Kumon’s curriculum has helped countless students make tremendous progress quickly at my wife’s center,” said Munir Noorali, owner and Instructor of Kumon of Fremont – Central District. “I am looking forward to having that same impact through my center, as well as working with my wife to create additional confident and successful individuals in our community.”


“Kumon is unique because it’s able to help both students that are struggling, along with students that are excelling,” said Noorali. “I hope to become an asset to my community in creating a safe space to learn.”