Adult Education


Adults are becoming an underserved Group in Public Education , however, the need

has increased for Adults who want to become   American Citizens.  There are also

citizens who cannot read.  They remain in the  shadows.

Tutors /Teachers can help this population.  The classified website TUTOREGG .com

can do a lot to address this problem by creating a listing and reach out to students

who sorely need this remedy.

February 4, 2014 |

Safety Tips for Students and Tutors


Safety Tips for Students:

  • When you find a Tutor contact him or her via email.
  • Ask for references.
  • Do a Google search for more information.
  • Search the web to find out if your Tutor is on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, or other Social Networks.
  • Arrange the first meeting in a public place.
  • Spend time talking with and getting to know your Tutor.
  • If you are employing a Tutor for your child, make sure that your child has a chance to get to know and feel comfortable with their Tutor.
  • Trust you instincts.  Only employ a Tutor with whom you feel comfortable.


Safety Tips for Tutors:

  • Do not give out more personal information than necessary (Email addresses and Business phone numbers are ok).
  • When you post your listing, do not give your home address (Business addresses or City and State are ok).
  • Be careful of scammers requesting that you email any personal information to them (ie:  addresses, bank account information).
  • Arrange the first meeting in a public place.
  • Spend time talking with and getting to know your client.
  • Trust your instincts.  Before you begin working with a client, make sure that you feel comfortable.


Happy Tutoring!






May 19, 2013 |

Tips for Tutors!


Hello Tutors……. 

Remember:  Positive reinforcement is a key factor in motivating your students to learn!  Develop confidence by encouraging  your students to ask questions and to develop their critical thinking skills.  The best tutor is patient, encouraging, and creates a “Can Do” learning environment!

Happy Tutoring!

August 28, 2012 |
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