|Resources for Parents|
Sometimes our children need the extra academic support of a professional tutor. Whether the goal is to get better grades in school, prepare for college, or tackle more challenging skills, do you know the best way to identify your child’s needs, find the appropriate tutor, and monitor this service to ensure your goals are met?
EIA has prepared a guide for you : the parent who wants to support their child’s academic development and alleviate the struggles and challenges students face from their peers, teachers, and, even perhaps you. You will also find some useful information in the Consumer Digest article Learning Centers for Children .
Here are a few tips that you should consider in matching a tutor with your child.
Tutor Selection Process at a Glance
Questions to Ask a Potential Tutor
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