Black-Owned, Online Tutoring Academies Merge During the Pandemic
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 Black-Owned, Online Tutoring Academies Merge During the Pandemic

LaTishia Jordan and Aquarius Cain established Achieve Success Tutoring by merging their tutoring academies. photo credit- Blacknews.com- Facebook

Despite the disruption caused by the pandemic, school is still in session. Students may need additional support. BlackNews.com reported that Aquarius Cain and LaTishia Jordan established Achieve Success Tutoring, which is said to be one of the fastest-growing Black-owned online schools for students of all ages. The pair merged their companies during the pandemic.

Achieve Success Tutoring’s website, lists Cain as the company’s CEO/Co-Owner who earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Masters in Public Health and is at the dissertation stage of pursuing a Ph.D. in Public Health. She has over 20 years of teaching and tutoring experience.

“When I finish explaining a concept that a student struggles with and their response is, “Oh, that’s it! That was easy!” I joke that I need to buy the Staples Easy Button to send to all of my students,” Cain said on the website.

Jordan is Achieve Success Tutoring’s COO/Co-Owner who earned a BS in Mathematics and Masters in IT. She has 26 years of teaching and tutoring experience. The website mentioned that her favorite part of teaching and tutoring is finally seeing a student grasp a concept that she has been working on with him or her.

Additionally, Achieve Success Tutoring’s Facebook page explains that tutoring, homeschool services, study skills, and test prep services for students to excel beyond what is required in the classroom are among services that are offered.

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Posted by Achieve Success Tutoring on Monday, March 8, 2021


photo credit- @ahievesuccesstutoring- Instagram

 

According to BlackNews.com, both women have worked as adjunct professors, department deans,and teachers. Additionally, the business owners are members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

“Our goal is to figure out the student’s learning gaps, fill those gaps allowing the students to move forward in their academic matriculation,” Jordan said, according to BlackNews.com. “Outside of that, we also have test prep for SAT and ACT.”

 


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