When the pandemic forced her daughter’s school to switch to remote learning, Ann Andrews noticed something: The girl, a high school freshman when it started, was losing ground in math. And she wouldn’t ask anyone for help, her friends included. Hiring a tutor was just too expensive. What to do?
An engineer herself, Andrews eventually found remote tutors at her alma mater in India. Then she realized what would make those sessions more engaging would be to include more students in the sessions. The result was so successful, word spread—and Andrews eventually realized she could turn the whole thing into a real business.
With that, last year, she formed
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