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Dr. Math Tutoring

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Dr. Math Tutoring provides high school math instruction and tutoring for students in the Wake County area. Private, individualized tutoring as well as small group instruction by course are offered. Dr. Math is a retired former high school and college mathematics instructor with a doctorate in Mathematics Education from the University of Virginia, and he is a curriculum and technology expert, having taught every level of high school mathematics. Dr. Math believes that students can only learn mathematics when it makes sense to them, so he teaches and tutors in a way that ensures students learn with understanding, as opposed to memorizing rules or “tricks” that are here today and gone tomorrow.

Homeschool courses form each fall, so if you have a small group of students who will be taking any high school level course this year, Dr. Math can work with you and provide the expert instruction you need.

Contact Dr. Math at for further information.

Resources: Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.)
Area served:Raleigh
State(s):North Carolina

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