Consider us an equal opportunity tutoring company. We know that our effective and affordable in-home tutoring services are not "affordable" for all students and families who need them. That's why we've created the EACH ONE TEACH ONE business model. For each hour of tutoring you purchase, we will provide an hour of service to a student, school, or community in need. These service hours come in the form of tutoring scholarships, workshops, trainings, and after-school tutoring programs at no or low cost.
We believe that learning is just as important (if not more important) than teaching, which is why we provide learning and professional development opportunities for our tutors. Tutors then pass this knowledge on to students through engaging and uniquely designed lessons, with the goal of helping all students find their own 'tutor potential'.
We want parents to get in on the learning too, which is why we offer e-newsletters, parent workshops, and webinars to keep parents up-to-date on the latest educational trends and information.
What if your student, who may be struggling with math or writing today, became a Teach One Tutor in the future? Well, that's our vision. We believe in the benefit of one-to-one tutoring and the difference it can make in a student's academic trajectory. Now, we know not every student will go on to become a tutor, but we work to instill in students the confidence they need to tackle any obstacle, academic and personal, and to believe in their own talent and capabilities.
We envision an education landscape in Atlanta that provides access to one-to-one and small group tutoring for the students who need it most but can't always afford it. Teach One Tutors is working to partner with Title I schools and local community centers and organizations to provide quality educational services to students of all backgrounds and income levels.
Danielle J. VEal
Founder & Director
Teach One Tutors was founded by educator and Atlanta native Danielle Veal. Danielle began tutoring as a high school student and over the past 15 years, she has tutored and taught hundreds of students, helping them reach and surpass both academic and personal goals. She has taught middle and high school mathematics and also spent time teaching English in South Korea. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her master's degree from Emory University in Atlanta. Danielle strives to give back to the city that raised her by providing enrichment and education opportunities for Atlanta's youth.