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I love math, and I love helping you learn math! I've been tutoring for 10+ years, and before that, I taught a section of Algebra 002 at KU.
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I attended the University of California, Riverside earning a BS in Microbiology. Furthermore, I am a recent graduate of Boston University earning an MS in Oral Biology. At UCR I had the privilege of conducting undergraduate research and receiving two USDA grants.
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I have 3 years of teaching experience and many years of nannying. I love working with children in any capacity! Due to COVID-19 I did not return to teach this year, and instead am tutoring some of my old students. I would love to add more students to the list to help other families through this difficult time! I don't exclusively work with children who have Special Needs, but the philosophy I adopt in the classroom translates well ... See more
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