How to find a tutor for your child

After-school tutoring programs offered by schools also may provide curriculum-specific tutoring that aligns directly with what students are being taught in the classroom. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Tutors provide services to families and students in all grade levels across the globe.A 2009 study from researchers at the Chabot College Office of Institutional Research found that tutored students had higher pass rates on average than non-tutored students in every class examined. Those classes included anatomy, biology, business and chemistry. In addition, one study published in the American Journal of Physics found that human tutoring can result in classroom test scores that are 35% higher than software-driven tutoring.Such results have made many parents true believers in the power of tutoring. Parents who want their children to work with tutors but don’t know where to find one can try these strategies.Contact your child’s school.Many schools offer free
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