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...Please feel free to contact me for additional information. If you are seeking tutoring for an elementary-aged child, I believe I could be of assistance in several subjects, including: English, reading, vocabulary, spelling, math, and geography. Thank you for your consideration!I have a bachelor's degree in liberal arts and an associate's (two-year) degree in general education. (read more)