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Tutor.com In Action

Hear what administrators, teachers and students are saying about Tutor.com.

 

Tutoring Programs for K-12 Schools

Students don't fall behind all at once. It happens a little every day. With immediate access to a professional tutor, Tutor.com breaks the cycle of missed problems that lead to missed concepts and low test scores. Students get the help they need to keep moving forward on the road toward college and career success.

Unprecedented Insight into Student Performance

Tutor.com reports and analysis give educators access to qualitative and quantitative information never before possible. Classroom teachers can see if and exactly where their students got stuck--even the specific questions their students ask.

Administrators can leverage new information about student performance on standards well before the state exam, while there is time to act.

More Students Take More Advanced Coursework

Students who enroll and perform well at college-level curricula, like Advanced Placement (AP)* or International Baccalaureate (IB), are two to three times more likely to graduate college within five years.

Tutor.com gives students the confidence they need to enroll and the support they need to succeed in these rigorous classes.

Critical Support for Algebra and Other Gateway Classes

Performance in subjects like algebra, geometry and biology, is an indicator of future high school performance. And, it’s often where the first signs of trouble appear. Tutor.com focuses critical support on gateway classes that helps prepare students for the more advanced coursework that follows.

24/7 Online Office Hours for Every Core Subject

Math, science, English and social studies teachers can’t keep office hours 24/7, and not every student has someone they can turn to for help at home. When a classroom teacher can’t be available, Tutor.com can be--whenever and wherever a student needs help.

*AP is registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.