How to Start A Home-based Tutoring Business

How to Start A Home-based Tutoring Business

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Private tutoring represents a billion-dollar industry in the United States, serving millions of students a year. For educators, a home-based tutoring business may represent a part-time job to supplement their teaching income, a flexible career choice after having their own children or retiring from the classroom, or a uniquely fulfilling way to work one-on-one with children who need specialized help. But other people with expertise in various fields, including those with business skills, can also capitalize on this trend. In this comprehensive guide, a longtime teacher and tutor shows them how to do so. * Get paid to help kids succeed * Make parents your ally * Build trust with students * Set your own schedule * Market your expertise * Become the tutor everybody wants
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Globe Pequot Press, c2010.
ISBN: 9780762754328
076275432X
Branch Call Number: 658.0412 LEWIS
Characteristics: xii, 163 p. : forms ; 24 cm.
Alternative Title: Tutoring business

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This is a very flexible job for people who like having free-time in the day and who like working with students of all ages.


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