Voices of FasTracKids 2018

Public speaking is an important skill that is often not practiced or encouraged enough at a young age. This can lead to having a fear of public speaking or communicating effectively as a child grows into an adult. At FasTracKids®, we see positive growth from... read more

Invest In Our Children’s Future

It seems like a simple enough concept.  The more time that is spent on nurturing, educating and developing your child’s young mind, the more likely they are going to be a successful citizen of the world. As parents (and all members of a larger community), now is... read more

Reading…and Records

We all know that reading can help children: Develop speech. Increase vocabulary. Give them a sense of the structure of language. Stimulate the imagination. Help them learn to listen and concentrate. Soothe and relax. Stimulate social skills and emotional development.... read more

Understanding a Franchise Through Steps

Buying a business can be a complex and overwhelming experience.  What helps alleviate these feelings, especially in the infancy of the buying process, is knowing the steps that you will take with the seller.  This is crucial for both the buyer and seller to have a... read more

International Mother Language Day 2016

Mother languages in a multilingual approach are essential components of quality education, which is itself the foundation for empowering women and men and their societies Irina Bokova UNESCO Director General , United Nations General Assembly called on its member... read more

Top workplace skills for 2020

    Take a look at our FasTrack Advantages and you’ll see that we’ve been developing most of these same skills in young children since 1998!  Impacting children in a powerful way is what we do at FasTracKids and the impacts are lasting and... read more

Leadership Skills

We all want our children to become leaders.

Whether they spend the bulk of their days in the mailroom or the corner office, we want our children to grow to be courageous, passionate, and authentic. We want their actions to inspire other people to be their best, to get more out of life than they ever thought possible.

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Young set is the target for franchisors who believe in early start

Great article about the benefits of an early education program! Doing the Math Young set is the target for franchisors who believe in early start BY MARIA DIMENGO Before kids can grow up to be healthcare franchisors, first they have to be educated. Enter a rich mix of... read more

FasTracKids Franchisee Receives 10 Years of Service Award

Congratulations to our FasTracKids franchisee Aline Aymes in Guadalajara, Mexico for receiving a plaque in recognition for “10 years of service in empowering children to learn”.  Aline also won the “2012 Top Enrollments – Single Center” award.... read more

Social Skills Education for the Future

One of the key responsibilities for primary early education is developing the student as a whole.  Many early childhood institutions focus on brain development because during the early years most brain connections are formed; which means stimulating those connections... read more

Kuwait Welcomes FasTracKids

FasTracKids is proud to announce the grand opening of our first enrichment center in Kuwait!  Slated to open in early April, this state-of-the-art franchise will occupy a prime location inside the Discovery Mall and will serve the children of Kuwait City. Kuwait is a... read more

Economics of ECE

Ben Bernanke Speaks on Early Childhood Education In a recent speech  given by Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke, he stated: “The research shows that effective educations lead to lower rates of poverty, higher lifetime earnings, and greater satisfaction... read more

Franchise Business Growth in 2013

Steady Growth Continues for Franchise Businesses in 2013 Looking for a change?  Ready to leave behind the drudgery and be your own boss?  Seriously, if one of your resolutions this year is the same one you made LAST year – to start your own business, then perhaps the... read more