All Elementary

  • David Y. from Portland, OR

    Children’s education is a parental responsibility. Most parents strive to gear their children so that they have the best chance for success in adulthood. This requires exposure of the student to numerous aspects of life including basic, core and elective education. Schools, teachers and tutors may be part of the Read more [...]

  • Robert K. from Cincinnati, OH

    I am a retired public and Catholic school principal who has won both Educator of the Year (Diocese of Toledo) and the NCEA Distinguished Principal’s Award. As a teacher, I developed an Economics unit that won the Teachers in American Enterprise Award, have taught all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays over Read more [...]

  • Meg W. from Kirkland, WA

    I went to Cornell University for a B.S. and Master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering and to UCSD for a PhD in Computer Science (Distributed Systems, Networking). I’ve tutored in various subjects for years, including test-based tutoring (such as the SAT or GRE or the algebra II final that some Read more [...]

  • Nancy L. from Maybrook, NY

    It’s the rare student who doesn’t find difficulty in one subject area or another during their educational experience, and that applies to pupils of all ages. I have been teaching and tutoring for nearly 10 years now, for public and private schools, BOCES and special needs students, from K to Read more [...]

  • James A. from West Palm Beach, FL

    I am a trained physician, although not completed my residency, who loves teaching/tutoring and have done so since I was in high school. I am highly experienced, professional and quite patient. I’ve taught students at all levels and from all walks of life, including medical, nursing, graduate, undergraduate, and high Read more [...]