Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 26, 2005
Have you ever wondered what it is like to leave in a thriving city as a middle class parent with great dreams about your little teenager having to someday go off to the best college in the country to study engineering or medicine but only to find your hopes dashed by a continuous low middle or high school assessment report card?
Well, if you leave in a dazzling city like Atlanta you may readily identify with Jeff's story. Jeff is a civil servant for the Atlanta city government who moved into the city to get his share of the big city pie. Married with two kids and a beautiful home in Snellville, Georgia, the coupleÂs combined income could comfortably pay for their childrenÂs education.
It did not take long for Jeff to realize that while everything else had changed in one year, his child's grade on the report cards had not, even though the child was promoted to the next class. ÂManaging a B and C child would not cut it for us and we were not going to let it stay that way,Â Jeff said. So he called Georgia Tech, a prestigious university within the city and enquired about getting a graduate school student as a tutor. The university in turn referred him to Timely Tutors at http://www.timelytutors.com
Timely Tutors, not only provided a graduate student as a tutor immediately for Dean, Jeff's child but also provided Jeff options he never thought possible. It was the possibility of allowing him determine where and when the tutoring session would take place. ÂThis was extraordinarily flexible and amazing because all we had to do was prepare the dining table for tutoring on Tuesdays and Thursdays, when either of us got home by 6:00PM,Â Jeff's wife, Grace said.
Daniel, one of the principal administrators and architects of Timely Tutors could relate with Jeff and GraceÂs feeling of satisfaction and happiness because he had seen many faces brighten up like theirs in his nine-year experience as a tutor. He had tutored in the Chicago City Colleges and at the Auburn University Engineering Recruitment Program, extensively.
After graduating in computer engineering from Auburn University, Alabama he began to search for a technological solution that could resolve the many complications found in college and grade school tutoring. ÂOur goal here was to make tutoring in any subject taught for a college or grade school timely, flexible and affordable to all,Â said Daniel when asked what motivated him.
After another semester in school, Dean now leads his class with an A+ average. ÂIt has been certainly gratifying to see how Timely Tutors has transformed our children's grades from D's and F's to A's and B's at such an affordable tutoring price.Â said Helen, one of Timely Tutors long time clients.
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