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About the Instructor


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

I am Amin Rajani, the Instructor and Center Director at the Kumon Math and Reading Center of Nacogdoches, TX. I completed my associate degree in Health Information Technology from Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, CA. I graduated from Stephen F Austin University in Nacogdoches TX with a Business Major. I also worked as a instructor assistant in Cosumnes River College.

I am a Kumon parent myself for the last 3 years and that proved to be the inspiration. I started searching for opportunities in educating school-aged children. As a college student, I used to teach mathematics to underprivileged students who needed help with this subject. 

My journey with Kumon began when I was looking for an after-school program for my son. I felt that my son needed a program which could help him acquire strong Math and Reading skills. I heard about the Kumon Program from a family member and I explored it further. I found that the Kumon Method is a systematic approach helping a child in developing sets of skills to succeed in every aspect of his or her learning. The only problem was we had to drive 3 hours to Houston weekly. I am opening my Kumon Center so that I could not only help my own child, but at the same time, provide an opportunity for all the children in Nacogdoches and Lufkin communities to get the benefit of the Kumon Program without having to drive long ways or take extra efforts.