A World Class Online Tutoring Site Now Live: TeachingSpace.com

With the emergence of the federal program of No Child Left Behind, online tutoring has quickly become a major presence in our public school systems. With student to teacher ratio being overburdened more and more are turning to a online tutor to further their education. Online tutoring is how education is done in the twenty first century.

Wyandotte, MI, April 26, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Teaching Space.com Experiencing Dramatic Growth in Short Period of Time

The surge in popularity continues to grow for Teaching Space.com, an online tutoring website that was introduced to the world wide web on April 10th, 2008. Since its launch date, Teaching Space has seen a dramatic increase in enrollment and appears on course to rival other web-based tutoring by the year 2009.

“In just a few short weeks, the response has simply been overwhelming,” said the site’s CEO and owner Claude Cote. “Everyday I receive phone calls and emails from students and teachers from all walks of life wanting to know all about us,” stated Claude Cote, who began developing and creating Teaching Space just over a year ago from his home in Wyandotte, Michigan.

What began at a grassroots level has now exploded into a world class tutoring website that is expected to reach the century mark in terms of teacher and student registration by month’s end.

“I designed this website for several reasons. First, to offer students a new online medium whereby, they can post their academic questions or have live online tutoring regarding any subject and receive a rapid response from qualified teachers the world over.

Basically, Teaching Space is a global community of students assisted by teachers and professionals who offer direct academic assistance from the comfort of their own home. Additionally, the site was built and created with the idea of benefiting those children with Autism and those children who qualify under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) program. It gives me immense pleasure to say that 5% of all proceeds generated by Teaching Space will go directly to the National Autism Association.”

As the site continues to be fine-tuned and a major marketing blitz in the works, it is a sure bet that Teaching Space.com will become one of the top online tutoring websites of the twenty first century.

For further information please log on to www.Teaching Space.com or contact Claude Cote directly at 734-818-0948.

Teaching Space LLC
Claude Cote
I also can be reached at principal@teachingspace.com