Toronto-based educational franchisor Tutor Doctor has developed a new academic guidebook as a marketing tool for its franchisees and a resource for families and teachers. The collaborative effort of educators within the franchise system aims to instill winning habits in students. Now available on Amazon, ‘Academic Success Formula – How Ordinary Students Get Extraordinary Results’ discusses the importance of organizational skills, confidence and healthy eating in helping children thrive both at school and in…
By Barry and Teresa Johnston
We recently bought an existing Tutor Doctor franchise with a territory covering British Columbia’s Fraser Valley. Not only does the concept have a strong personal connection for us, but its recent rebranding has helped position us for a whole new level of growth and success.
By Yossi Suissa
I’ve dedicated most of my professional life to teaching, whether in the classroom or working with school administrators to find ways to integrate technology into the learning environment. And while I have great respect for the education system where I live and work, I came to a point in my career where I needed new challenges.
In-home private tutoring franchise system Tutor Doctor supported GoodLife Kids Foundation’s 2016 Spin4Kids Plus, a one-day indoor fitness fundraiser, by donating $2,500 and sending 25 franchisees to attend the Mar. 5 event.
By Dru Carpenito Franchising is a people-driven business. The entire business model of franchising is built on the need for an established franchisor to be able to trust individuals to uphold its name and reputation as its franchisees.
A Tutor Doctor in-home tutoring franchise in Vaughan, Ont., has launched a new program to help students become high performers. Franchisee Jon-Anthony Lui has introduced X-Skills, a new ‘game plan’ to help students with academic discipline.
By Peter Saunders As the Toronto-based president of Tutor Doctor, Frank Milner has taken a Canadian business and expanded it both at home and abroad. He first learned about the in-home, private tutoring concept in 2007 from its founder, John Hooi, and was attracted to its one-on-one teaching model, which is designed to address each student’s specific educational issues and needs.