The following is the transcript from an interview we had with Isaac Martin to get to know both him and his Ferguson Tutoring experience better.
We’re not sure how often you guys check local news and blog websites, but we sometimes like to go and see what’s going on in the neighborhood. As a local small business, we are also interested in what’s happening with other small businesses in the area. Do you ever do that? If so, you might […]
Being forced to read “the classics” in high school doesn’t always have the effect that teachers and parents hope it will. Many of the books you’ll find on summer reading list use outdated language and require loads of background knowledge. This makes them hard to read and even harder to understand. By the time a […]
For parents all over the country, getting a teenager to talk seems like an impossible task. They’re met with one word answers and sometimes outright contempt. Although high school is a transformative time in a kid’s life, it’s not yet time for parents to check out. But how do you get your teen talking […]
Although two-thirds of voters report that education is a “very important” issue to them, there is little agreement as to how it should be implemented, or even what its purpose should be. Still, one thing is clear: today’s educational environment requires you to be a good tester. Thanks to the No Child Left Behind […]
Students know that the ACT is a big, important exam, but they want to know more than “it helps you get into college.” Here are a few of the questions students ask us. Question 1: Should I Skip Questions on the ACT? Most students know that the right strategy can improve your ACT scores. […]
So you’re not a math person. We understand. When people start talking numbers, you quickly get confused. Before you know it, you find yourself muttering that common phrase, “Sorry, I’m not a math person.” Well, have a seat because this is an intervention. Don’t worry – you’re in a safe place. We’re all friends here […]
“Everybody’s Doing It” In recent years, it seems like tutoring has become less of a failsafe and more of a standard educational tool. It’s not just kids scared by their first “D” who are seeking out additional instruction. Students of all levels, even those with the most impressive report cards, are seeing tutors every single […]