At Learner, we offer math tutoring to Los Angeles students of all ages, from elementary school to college. Our private tutors have also worked with nontraditional adult students and high schoolers preparing for the SAT and ACT. Here are some of the most popular math subjects we offer.
With Learner, your child can get an excellent math education from a highly qualified expert. We only hire the best of the best: tutors with advanced degrees and a proven history of helping their students make real progress in math class.
Chelsea from Learner helped me to get a full ride to Duke University.
“Chelsea from Learner was the perfect match for me. She customized the training so that it would push me hard - but not too hard where I would get frustrated. I worked with Chelsea for years because she took a genuine interest in me and my future.”
"Stephanie taught me how to be more organized. I was getting Bs and Cs before I started working with her. I used to get overwhelmed before studying for a test. Stephanie taught me how to create “study guides” so I’d have all the big ideas in one place. I am now getting As and Bs and my parents are much happier."
"When I first started working with Alan, I told him I would never be good at math. I barely passed my first two years of high school math and I needed one more hard math class to graduate. Alan believed in me and worked with me on the basics. Little by little, he built up my confidence to the point where I realized I am good at math and I did well in the class."
Most Learner students see improvements in their self-confidence, homework, and quiz grades within a few weeks. But these aren’t the only progress markers. Your child’s tutor will give detailed feedback after every session so you and your child can see where they’re improving and which areas still need work.
Many Los Angeles classrooms are crowded and full of distractions, making it difficult for students to ask questions or pay attention to examples. At Learner, your student will meet with their tutor in our virtual classroom, which is designed to be a safe and distraction-free learning environment.
A good understanding of math isn’t just essential to graduating high school or getting a good standardized test score. Math concepts show up in everyday life and have applications in every industry. Our tutors offer relatable examples and word problems to help students understand the importance of key math concepts.
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When you hire a math tutor from Learner, you invest in their education and long-term success. Your child gets all the benefits of one-on-one instruction from an expert tutor who can thoroughly explain complicated math concepts. Tutoring sessions are recorded and always available for review.
California adopted the Common Core Standards for Mathematics in 2010, and the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has spent several years implementing those standards. The school district’s Mathematics Branch manages the math instructional programs, and one of its goals is to ensure coherent math instruction throughout the district. Additionally, the LAUSD hopes to provide instruction and support for teachers so that every student becomes proficient in algebra and more advanced math courses.
K-5 students in Los Angeles learn math topics that include arithmetic, mental math strategies, number sense, computational fluency, fractions, and problem-solving techniques. Middle school students focus on ratios, multi-digit arithmetic, basic geometry, algebraic equations, and word problems.
High school students in Los Angeles take algebra 1, geometry, and algebra 2. They may also take honors advanced mathematics and a financial algebra course. The high school math curriculum also covers the basics of statistics and probability, and pre-calculus.
According to data from 2019, only 39.7% of students in 3rd through 8th grade in California met the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress math standards. That percentage dropped to 33.8% in the 2020-2021 school year, a change that correlates to the educational challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In Los Angeles County, only 31% of students met the math standard in 2021.
In California’s 2019 graduating class (the most recent year for which data is available), an estimated 23% of students took the ACT test. The average composite score was 22.6, slightly higher than the national average composite score of 20.7. The average math score of the 2019 California graduating class was 22.3.
Of the California graduating class of 2021, 24% took the SAT during high school. The average score in the math section was 530 (out of 800).
There are several benefits to working with an online service when you want to find a math tutor in Los Angeles. You don’t need to limit yourself to tutors who live in your local area. Your child can meet with an expert via the internet and enjoy learning at home or another place where they feel comfortable.
Consider the tutor’s qualifications, personality, and teaching style to find an instructor who will work well with your child. With Learner, the first tutoring session is free, so you can ensure the tutor is a good match for your student.
Finding an expert math tutor can feel overwhelming. Here are some answers to the most common questions about private math tutoring services.