Articles by tag: Tutoring
Zillow’s Not a Real Estate Agent. Don’t Rely On It To Find Your Home Valuation
In the dynamic landscape of real estate, home valuation is a delicate process requiring not just data, but a deep understanding of unique property features and market trends. Platforms like Zillow offer a numerical estimate based on comps or square footage but can fail to capture the essence of a home, from interior renovations […]
Can You Find Your Home Sweet Home in This Unpredictable Housing Market?
In the fluctuating landscape of the current unpredictable housing market, potential homebuyers are navigating high mortgage rates, volatile economic conditions, housing changes and a tightening inventory. Home prices have shown a slight decline with the median existing-home sales price dropping 0.9% to $375,700 in March compared to a year ago. It’s the second month […]
Legal Battles and Uncertainty Surrounding Affordable Care Act’s Preventative Services Coverage
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has faced numerous legal challenges since its inception, leaving its future uncertain. Texas’s courts recently overturned insurance provider coverage requirements for certain preventative health services, altering the landscape of coverage. However, a higher court has now blocked that overturning order, reinstating insurers’ obligation to cover those services. While not all […]
While AI’s Classroom Functions Are Still Being Spelled Out, Some Use Cases Are Gaining Traction
From grade school to college, AI’s classroom functions are still being defined. There are proponents, and there are critics. Some educators see ChatGPT as enabling students to cut corners for the fundamentals of the writing process. Others believe AI can enrich students’ lives by helping evaluate assignments to determine which students may benefit the most […]
Metered Spending for Instruction Materials: How Will the American Rescue Plan Impact Spending?
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a massive 360 in the way education was conducted, with learning shifting to a virtual format. Not only has the format of education shifted, but so has the funding; for the 2023 fiscal year, 88.3 billion dollars has been allotted to K-12 COVID-relief. The back-to-school American Rescue Plan released by the […]
How Can Employee Training Take Advantage of Online Tutoring Services?
There is good reason that Myles Hunter, Co-founder and CEO of TutorMe, was accepted into the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitation-only community for the world’s most successful entrepreneurs 45 and younger, this year. His online tutoring solution has not only accelerated during the pandemic but has the potential to further transform higher education. In […]
Where Tutoring Fits into the Future of Modern Education
There’s may have never been a period in education as transformative as the one we’ve seen surrounding the spread of the novel coronavirus and the ensuing COVID-19 pandemic, with remote learning becoming a must-grapple-with reality overnight and questions still looming about how 2021 will unfold across the world’s schools. To explore how that foundational […]
Professional Tutors Are Working to Meet Students’ Needs in the Age of COVID
As families navigate the complexities of living and working from home together, the issues surrounding remote learning pose particularly tough questions. For example, how do parents manage their work schedule, as well as that of their children, all at the same time? How can parents and teachers best support the educational needs of students, and […]