Contact Info

New York Metro Area Based Tutoring

Servicing Locations
- Manhattan
- Queens
- Brooklyn
- Long Island
- Westchester

(212) 766-5002
(718) 747-0173
(516) 625-3099


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EDUCAID tutors can meet you at your home or some other mutually convenient location. Since we cater to clients who prefer home tutoring, we do not maintain a center.

At EDUCAID, we answer the phone 7 days per week : 9 AM – 11 PM. For calls made after business hours, please leave a message and we will promptly return your call on the next calendar day. We welcome all inquiries and look forward to speaking with you!

Please see OUR RATES section.

Yes, we offer a variety of discounts for regular clients who commit to a prepaid volume discount plan. The larger the plan, the lower the effective hourly rate. You should make this choice after meeting your tutor, receiving an assessment & recommendation, and carefully considering your goals & options.

We pride ourselves on being available 7 days per week, mornings, afternoons, and evenings. We will gladly try to accommodate your particular scheduling preferences.

For students at the 7th grade level or lower, our minimum session length is 1 hour. For students at or above the 8th grade level, our minimum session length is 1.5 hours. You may extend sessions beyond 1.5 hours, and many clients choose to do this. However, this is optional.

Sessions may be cancelled at no charge if we are notified by 6PM the prior evening. For cancellations made after this deadline, we reserve the right to charge the full session fee.

Please see our OUR TUTORS section.

Simply put, because we genuinely understand and value our clients. We want your phone experience with us to be as informative, helpful, and pleasant as possible.

Yes ! We specialize in adapting to a broad range of student types, and will eagerly assist with the most challenging students and situations.

Yes, if you can provide a consistent location & schedule for a small group of 4 or fewer students. Although we don’t recommend small groups, if you must have a small group, we recommend the ideal group sizes of 2 or 3.

Even the “finest” schools are fundamentally inadequate because they lack the key ingredient: ample amounts of regular 1 to 1 attention. Furthermore, even good teachers can lose sight of the student’s perspective, and then become demanding, emotionally insensitive, and harsh.

Unfortunately, most teachers are heavily psychologically invested in the traditional (yet flawed) classroom model. Thus they feel professionally threatened when confronted with the real truth that the classroom is simply inadequate for most students, and that these students respond extremely well and improve dramatically when their classroom education is supplemented with regular, high-quality private tutoring.

Unlike large group programs, which totally fail to provide individual diagnosis and correction, we carefully provide these key essential ingredients. Unlike large group programs, which force all students to progress at the same speed and in the same manner, we make the sessions highly interactive and conduct the sessions at the student’s natural learning speed. For each specific standardized test, we select and assign those tutors who are most expert in that standardized test. They then adjust the tutoring to the requirements of that specific standardized test, and target the guidance to the student’s greatest needs relative to that test. Furthermore, we do all this with patience, enthusiasm, supportiveness, and encouragement.

Yes, we do provide custom-tailored homework assignments designed to reinforce basics, build proficiency, and strengthen the student’s weakest skills.