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When I was teaching, I often had children in my classroom who were struggling academically. While every teacher in the school wanted to help these children, they sometimes needed a bit more help, leading us to recommend that a child receive extra tutoring through government or private services. The problem, however, is that most parents have no clue where to begin. Everyone wants the best for their child, but with so many options out there, it's sometimes great to have a starting point. If you are in this position, we hope this article is helpful for you and your family!
Finding the right tutor for one on one tutoring can make a world of difference to a young scholar. If it’s a good match, he or she can help the student understand complicated ideas while building his confidence and commitment to learning. The tricky part, though, is finding that teacher. Check out our tips here…
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