Gretchen brought out the best in Jennifer, and helped both Jennifer and her mother believe she could learn,
Solon, Ohio (PRWEB)
June 15, 2017
A special tutor-student relationship involving dyslexia, reading problems and career challenges has reached a 25-year milestone, North Coast Education Services (NCES) announced today with a story about their lives.
Gretchen Jaeger, a private tutor with NCES and a former English teacher in Cleveland-area public schools, originally agreed to teach the student (Jennifer) to read. A slow learner, Jennifer has coped with hearing problems and dyslexia. Over the decades, Gretchen has supported Jennifer as a career coach. The story uses pseudonyms for Jennifer and her mother (Linda) because the family would prefer to be anonymous.
Read about Gretchen and Jennifer here: https://www.northcoasted.com/tutor-student-relationship-no-end/
They got started in a church classroom
- Jennifer progressed in her career
- Gretchen inspires youths and adults
- They view the future
“Jennifer is pretty amazing,” Gretchen says. “She is very compassionate and sensitive as she works with people with disabilities.”
“Gretchen brought out the best in Jennifer, and helped both Jennifer and her mother believe she could learn,” NCES President Carole Richards says.
About North Coast Education Service
North Coast Education Services, founded in 1985, presents material in a form compatible with the learning style, skills and abilities of each learner. NCES tutors include more than 300 degreed professionals in addition to a staff of eight in our Solon, Ohio business office. We build on small learning successes to grow self-confidence and self-esteem. We respect each client…