Tutors K-University

As the public school systems K-University continue to fail today, in many states a popular school choice option is something called an Education Savings Account or even direct tutoring scholarships including New Hampshire, Indiana, North Carolina, New York and Massachusetts among others. These are state-supervised public funds that parents can use to pay for a wide variety of education options, including private school tuition, homeschooling materials, and... even tutoring.

The research is in. "According to the research report published by Polaris Market Research, the global private tutoring market was valued at USD 92.30 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 187.30 Billion By 2030, to grow at a CAGR of 8.6% serving over 15 million students nationwide ouut of a total student population of 72.3 million American students ( source: US CENSUS BUREAU @ https://www.census.gov/topics/education/school-enrollment.html#:~:text=The%20October%202020%20Current%20Population,population%203%20years%20and%20older.)

Students who participated in sessions with 1:1 Tutors outperformed those who prepared on their own or through conventional methods. Not only does the data support the efficacy of 1:1 Tutoring, but the evidence also points to a direct correlation between the level of student engagement in 1:1 Tutor sessions and their overall level achievement

There are hundreds of organizations providing 1:1 Tutoring nationwide. Here's my AM 1290 VOICES OF SANTA BARBARA interview with Ryan McCain, Operations Director of GRADE POTENTIAL TUUTORING explaining how tutor success works K-University: