Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 17, 2011
iCue Network, an educational platform for teachers and students, is pleased to announce its launch at http://www.icuenetwork.com.
Designed and managed by MediaDay, Inc., iCue Network offers academic coaching for students by state-certified public school teachers or degreed private and parochial school teachers. Parents and students can register to search for a credentialed teacher who is familiar with the subject area and may even be teaching from the same textbook the student is using in class. By pairing students interested in advancing their academics with qualified teachers, students gain a competitive advantage and can better prepare themselves for success. Unlike other platforms that may already exist in the marketplace, the iCue Network sets itself apart by using actual vetted teachers, instead of instructors. This is only one of over a dozen ways that iCue offers a better opportunity to parents, students and teachers.
Teachers – active, inactive, or retired – also have the unique opportunity to establish and grow an academic coaching business when they register with iCue Network. Offering their services as online coaches allows teachers to provide one-on-one time that is not always available in the classroom and gives teachers the chance to supplement their income by coaching and referring other teachers.
“Online academic coaching is the perfect way for students to get ahead or receive some extra dedicated help from a certified teacher who knows the subject,” said Mike Mackey, iCue Network’s Director of Operations/Project Coordinator. “It’s a mutually beneficial relationship, and we’re looking forward to building these connections.”
Preregistration is now open for teachers, students, and parents.
ABOUT iCUE NETWORK
iCue Network is an online educational platform that provides active, inactive or retired teachers with an online opportunity to create a business while helping students achieve their academic potential. Incentive programs and recruiting bonuses are available. For more information, visit http://www.icuenetwork.com or call 972.888.6074.
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