Entries by The Tutorial Center

YAP Best Practices Shared Nationally

I had the opportunity to share The Tutorial Center’s YAP model and experience nationally by giving workshop on YAP for 25 adult education specialists at the COABE national conference on adult basic education, held in New Orleans. As more people hear about our YAP and its successes, I’m getting more and more questions from other […]

SAT Prep Course Scheduled

Our popular SAT Prep Course, for the October 1st SAT exam, is slated to run Sunday afternoons beginning August 21st. A maximum of  ten students will be allowed to register. Don’t wait. This is a popular course that fills quickly. The course will focus on the following: Writing: commonly testes SAT grammar errors, sentence structure […]

Act Global: Working to Improve Literacy Worldwide

TTC Executive Director Jack Glade recently had the honor of being a U.S. Delegate to the Social Enterprise World Forum, held in Johannesburg, South Africa. In the context of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, the World Forum was devoted to improving the success of social mission-related work – such as literacy, nutrition, housing, job […]

Social Enterprise World Forum Tapped TTC Exec. Director

Our Executive Director, Jack Glade, was very busy this spring recruiting presenters and reviewing nearly 100 proposals from international leaders in the cutting edge movement known as “social enterprise,” as part of his role as program co-chair for the Social Enterprise Summit and 3rd World Forum, held in San Francisco April 28-30, 2010. “A ‘social enterprise’ is […]

Summer Tutoring Helps Avoid Vacation Skills/Memory Slump

Keep your child connected during the break. Recent studies show that over the summer, your young student can lose lots of momentum, facts, skills, and motivation! These same studies also show that just as little as an hour or two a week of tutoring over summer vacation can exponentially reduce the student’s Fall semester start-up […]