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  • How One-to-One Tutoring Differs from Group Learning Centers
    How One-to-One Tutoring Differs from Group Learning Centers

    We often receive questions from parents about after-school programs and group learning centers. Today, we’re going to break down some of the differences between these popular options and traditional one-to-one tutoring! 1. Group size. For most parents who ...

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  • Parent Questions: Why Is Tutoring A Good Educational Investment?
    Parent Questions: Why Is Tutoring A Good Educational Investment?

    Parents are often undecided when it comes to adding a tutor to their child’s academic routine. Will it make a difference? Is it really “worth it”? Today we break down why tutoring is a good educational investment. When it comes down to it, tutoring ...

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week: Thanking Our Educators
    Teacher Appreciation Week: Thanking Our Educators

    Teacher Appreciation Week begins on Monday, May 3rd and it’s a perfect time to thank our educators for the incredible job they have done overcoming the challenges of the past year. From all of us here at Tutor Doctor, we’d like to say thank you to all the ...

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  • Ways You Can Contribute to and Support Your Child's School and Teachers
    Ways You Can Contribute to and Support Your Child's School and Teachers

    At Tutor Doctor, we always encourage giving back to our communities and staying involved with our children’s education! Here are some ways you can contribute to and support your child’s school and teachers. 1. Attend parent-teacher nights. Parent-teacher ...

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  • Tutor Doctor Success Story: Closing the Confidence Gap
    Tutor Doctor Success Story: Closing the Confidence Gap

    As soon as I began working with this student, I knew she desperately wanted to succeed. A high school sophomore with aspirations of becoming a nurse, she knew this was a pivotal year and that her grades would be a critical factor for colleges considering ...

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