Questions you should ask when hiring a tutor:


Do you have a teaching degree? Do you have experience teaching in a public school or college?

- Remember that anyone with access to a computer can build a website and say they offer "tutoring." Look for degrees, licenses, certifications, and relevant experience. When it comes to your student's future, you deserve the peace of mind that comes with hiring true professionals. 



What curriculum do you use for tutoring, how was it designed, and how do you monitor and adjust to meet my student's needs?

-Curriculum isn't a book or a computer program. It's a dynamic, living plan that changes to meet your students needs. The quality of the curriculum is directly related to the quality of the team doing the planning. Look for high quality curriculum that is adaptable and responsive to your student's needs. 

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