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Homework problems? Raleigh Tutoring to offer tips to help your kids

Meet Melissa Rich, the mom of two and a former high school teacher, who now runs Raleigh Tutoring. She'll be offering tips on how to help your kids study here on Go Ask Mom

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Sarah Lindenfeld Hall
As Go Ask Mom readers know, I feature local moms here every Monday. Today, I wanted to introduce you to Melissa Rich, director of Raleigh Tutoring.

Rich, a mom of two, is a former teacher at Wakefield High School. For the past five years, she's run Raleigh Tutoring. The business offers tutoring and test prep services and helps kids develop good study habits.  For the next four Wednesdays, she'll be offering tips here on Go Ask Mom. She'll start with a primer on the SAT and ACT this week.

Starting next week, she'll share advice on how to help your students develop and improve their study skills. While her advice is geared toward the middle schooler and high schooler, parents of grade schoolers also will be to glean some great information as well. I certainly did.

So meet Rich in the video. And check back here on Wednesday for more. To learn all about Raleigh Tutoring, click here.

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