“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
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Who Are We?
Educationist Tutoring is a free service to assist elementary and middle school students in India with their studies. Often, students struggle with their work outside of school and rely on tutoring, but tuition classes have become very expensive. We have created a program that connects students aged 7-13 to high school and college tutors around the world. These tutors teach their students subjects like science, math, English, and many other non-academic classes like coding, chess, and philosophy for free! Education is one of the most important aspects of success, and it is becoming more expensive and less accessible which is unacceptable and it needs to change. We believe in providing tutoring for no cost at all to students from 6-13 years old. All of our bright tutors are very qualified and are willing to help students out with any subjects they are having trouble with.
“My child has already had two sessions of coding. He has gotten tuned into the subject of coding and developed a special interest towards coding.”– parent of an Educationist student
“We have had two great sessions so far. My child totally enjoys the chess class and looks forward to the next class.”– parent of an Educationist student
Educationist tutoring supports Sustainability Development Goal (SDG) #4: Quality Education
The United Nation’s SDG #4 is a goal that we support by providing free, quality tuition. Some aspects of this goal includes making quality education accessible and ensuring that there are no gender disparities in education. Click the link below to learn more: https://www.un.org/development/desa/disabilities/envision2030-goal4.html
Educationist tutoring supports the New Education Policy 2020.
On July 29, 2020, The Indian Union Council of Ministers passed the New Education Policy. We support this policy by promoting digital/online learning and by helping slow the commercialization of education.