Press coverage for Rainbow EDU Consulting is from various broadcast, digital, and print media outlets located in the Greater Los Angeles area and other major media markets in the U.S., as well as national publications.
The last school year has caused many parents to reconsider their child's academic career and where they attend school. Founder of Rainbow EDU, Cindy Chanin, connected with AZ Big Media to discuss why there's been an uptick in private school admissions in comparison to public and how it directly correlates to the pandemic.
2020 was a difficult year for many students. To help students prepare for the new school year, Rainbow EDU's Founder, Cindy Chanin, shared her top tips to help students overcome their back-to-school stress and social anxiety, and get their education mojo back and get back on track.
Getting your child into an elite private preschool is no easy task. Rainbow EDU's Founder, Cindy Chanin, was listed as one of five educators in Los Angeles to know when getting your student into a prestigious school.
Cindy Chanin, founder of Rainbow EDU, connects with The List to share tips on how students can best utilize their gap year, whether it's for traveling, learning a new skill, interning, volunteering, or more.
Cindy Chanin, the Founder of Rainbow EDU Consulting & Tutoring, chatted with Fabulous California about her biggest accomplishments, inspirations and favorite experiences that led her to where she is today.
Interest in private institutions increased exponentially amid the pandemic, but why? Cindy Chanin, Founder of Rainbow EDU, amongst other industry leaders, are claiming many students will never return to the public school system for a variety of reasons. She connects with Forbes to further discuss.
Cindy Chanin, Founder of Rainbow EDU, connected with L.A. Parent to discuss how students' mental health is just as important as receiving the As they work so hard to secure. Click the link below to learn more on how young adults can heal and develop emotional coping skills that will strengthen their resilience post-pandemic.
In honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, two of Rainbow EDU's students, Cooper and Lauren, connected with KTLA to discuss how they are making a difference within their community and beyond through their organization, The Thrive Initiative.
The Thrive Initiative aims to spread awareness about mental health by fostering discussions to help erase the stigma around mental health and providing educational resources for teens to enhance their mental well-being. Cooper and Lauren are hopeful to inspire a generation of mental health advocates that will continue to spark the same conversations.