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I am a certified 7-12 Mathematics and Special Education teacher currently teaching Integrated Algebra in a NYC public high school. The NYS Regents exams are coming up in June (Integrated Algebra is the afternoon of June 20th) so if you are interested in an after-school tutor for your child, I would love to help. I live in Manhattan and teach in Queens so would be willing to travel to either of the two boroughs.
I am a prior Systems Engineer who changed careers and have been teaching math for three years. I have all of my lessons and curriculum mapping for New York State Integrated Algebra and have experience focusing in on the areas most students struggle with. As a certified/licensed teacher, I have been fingerprinted and approved by the city to teach children.
My standard rate is $100/hour. I would recommend starting at one hour a week for now, but as we get closer to the date of the regents, I would suggest meeting more often. I have access to old regents exams which is an excellent way of practicing. After the first week in February, my schedule is flexible so I can work with you to set up the best routine/schedule possible. I am a certified 7-12 Mathematics and Special Education teacher currently teaching Integrated Algebra in a NYC public high school. The NYS Regents exams are coming up
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