Orlando, FL, December 19, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The school year is halfway over. Report cards have come home already and most parents are thinking one of two things: 1) “Wow, my kid has done a great job so far! I wonder how he/she can do better?” or 2) “My child is definitely falling behind, what can I do?”
The good news is that parents in either scenario have the tools to make things better in the Orlando area with the use of Tutor Doctor. Tutor Doctor may also help a student who is only marginally achieving their potential realize how much they can succeed.
Tutor Doctor of Southwest Orlando, a rapidly expanding one-on-one, in-home tutoring service designed to help students from ages 3.5 to 96, is offering the community and students a private, easy way to catch-up or get ahead academically. Local entrepreneur and owner of the local Tutor Doctor location, Tony DiSanza, has seen first-hand how valuable tutoring services can be for students who are struggling or looking to reach their full potential.
“At this point in the year, it is not uncommon for parents to recognize difficulties their child may be experiencing because they are behind,” said Tony DiSanza. “Whether the student is behind or if they want to try to get further ahead by striving for advanced placement classes or the college or their choice, we can help. We help students and parents achieve their educational goals with programs that are specifically designed to fit the needs of each individual.”
Tutor Doctor uses a variety of well-known books and educational materials to supplement customized programs, but the franchise primarily leverages the curriculum, course and text the student is currently working with to ensure the most relevant tutoring is provided. Tutor Doctor also works with the students’ current teacher to ensure that they are meeting their expectations and the student’s needs.
The rise of tutoring is becoming so pervasive that it is changing the face of education. Due to heightened competition in the classroom and governmental programs requiring schools identified as failing to provide tutoring to students, this $4 billion dollar per year industry, once an upper-class phenomenon, has extended to the middle class and beyond. In fact, tutoring has continued to grow at a record pace and in each of the past three years, consumer spending on tutoring has increased 7 percent to 10 percent.
“In today’s fast-paced world where dual incomes and high academic competition are the norm, one-on-one, in-home tutoring ensures that each student is being given the utmost attention and tools for success,” said DiSanza. “It also gives our tutors the satisfaction of seeing their students’ progress and eliminates the parents from becoming a taxi service by not having to bring their children to a tutoring center. We come to you.”
In addition to servicing school-age students needing help in various subjects, Tutor Doctor has also proven valuable for the rapidly growing home-schooled population, as well as for seniors wanting to learn technology skills.
About Tutor Doctor
Tutor Doctor was founded in 2000 as an alternative to the “one-to-many” teaching model most extra-curricular learning centers offer by providing a personalized one-on-one, in-home tutoring service to students. Now with offices internationally in Canada, the United States, Latin America, the United Kingdom, Australia and Africa, the Tutor Doctor vision is becoming a reality as the lives of students and their families are being positively impacted throughout the world. For more information about Tutor Doctor visit the web site at www.tutordoctorOrlando.com.