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The Learning Experience in Dobbs Ferry Welcomes Lynn Ann Zazzali
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The Learning Experience in Dobbs Ferry Welcomes Lynn Ann Zazzali

DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. (Nov. 26, 2019)— The Learning Experience, one of the country’s fastest-growing educational childcare franchises, today announced its Academy of Early Education center in Dobbs Ferry is now owned and operated by Lynn Ann Zazzali, an award-winning franchisee with over a decade of experience in leading top-performing centers in New York and New Jersey.

A former public-school teacher and mother of two children who graduated from The Learning Experience, Zazzali believes that all children deserve a strong foundation in learning and understands the importance of a high-quality early childhood education program and childcare environment in forming a firm foundation for cognitive formation.

“Being a mom, a former teacher, and a multi-unit franchisee with The Learning Experience, I know firsthand the importance of providing our children with a nurturing and responsive environment to support their learning and development and prepare them for future academic success,” said Zazzali. “As the new franchise owner of The Learning Experience in Dobbs Ferry, I’m thrilled to be bringing my passion and experience in providing great childcare and an exceptional early learning curriculum to children and families in the local community.”

Zazzali’s passion for high-quality early education and childcare is evident in her leadership and achievements at The Learning Experience centers in Waldwick, New Jersey (since 2008), Hoboken, New Jersey (since 2016), and New Rochelle, New York (since 2018).

Each of Zazzali’s centers have received the Center of Excellence Award every year since their respective openings. Additionally, she has earned The Learning’s Leadership Award and The Learning Experience’s highest honor for its top-performing center nationwide, The Chairman of the Board Award.

For more information about The Learning Experience Academy of Early Education center in Dobbs Ferry, please call 914-591-4580 or visit https://www.thelearningexperience.com/our-centers/ny/dobbs-ferry/dobbs-ferry.

About The Learning Experience®

The Learning Experience (www.TheLearningExperience.com) is one of the nation’s fastest-growing Academies of Early Education for children ages six weeks to six years old. With a greater national emphasis on educational development during the most crucial years of a child’s growth, The Learning Experience places a prominent focus on programs that advance scholastic preparation. The Learning Experience prepares children academically and socially via innovative scholastic and enrichment programs such as the L.E.A.P.® curriculum, a cutting-edge proprietary approach to learning which has 9 out of 10 of its children entering Kindergarten already reading. To complement the academic curriculum, The Learning Experience utilizes various enrichment programs crucial to advancing learning and overall balance, such as philanthropy, Yippee 4 Yoga™, Music 4 Me®, Movin’ N Groovin’®, manners and etiquette, and foreign language.

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