The Springfield Better Business Bureau received 144 complaints and nearly 62,000 inquiries about tutoring services in 2019. With many school districts turning to virtual learning due to the corona-virus pandemic for the upcoming school year, parents might be thinking about their children’s tutoring needs. Stephanie Garland with the Springfield Better Business Bureau, advises consumers to consider many factors before hiring a tutor.
Talk to other parents and teachers about who they’re using as a tutoring service. Consider the platform of the tutoring, the type of tutor, the subject matter and the cost; all before making a decision. one Trusted resource is the BBB Business Profiles on BBB.org. These Profiles include BBB customer reviews, complaints, BBB rating from A+ to F, the business’ BBB Accreditation status and more. Visit bbb.org for more information.