As summer approaches, parents may look to help their students catch up from days at home due to COVID. Although some students thrived with virtual education, others are facing a gap in skills from the weeks or months away from in-person learning.
High school students looking to apply for colleges may find extra support can raise standardized test scores. The Princeton Review offers academic tutoring, homework help and SAT/ACT prep with self-paced study guides or one-on-one tutoring. Plus, tutoring services can take the stress off of parents, so they can focus on being the parent, not a teacher.
– Katie Betz, C2 Communications