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Stanford University - Bachelor in Arts, Music, Concentration in Composition

University of Washington-Seattle Campus - Masters, Music Composition

## Adam: Seattle Math tutor

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University of Cincinnati-Main Campus - Bachelors, Sociology

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Ohio State University - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy

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University of California-Irvine - Bachelors, Mathematics

University of Washington-Seattle Campus - Current Grad Student, Mathematics

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## Rick: Seattle Math tutor

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University of Washington-Seattle Campus - Bachelor of Science, Informatics

## Brian: Seattle Math tutor

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University of Missouri-Columbia - Bachelors, History

University of Missouri School of Law - Masters, Law

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## Matthew: Seattle Math tutor

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Bates College - Bachelor of Science, Mathemtics

## Daniel: Seattle Math tutor

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Seattle Pacific University - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry

## David: Seattle Math tutor

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## Michael: Seattle Math tutor

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University of Washington - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy

## Madelyn: Seattle Math tutor

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## Andy: Seattle Math tutor

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I have happily taught math and robotics at the Middle School level for the past 7 years. Before that, I was a Title One math specialist at the elementary level. Going way back, I started my teaching career in an Early Childhood Center, teaching a mix of first and second graders.

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The Evergreen State College - Bachelor in Arts, philosophy, math

City University of Seattle - Masters, ed.tech

## Tien: Seattle Math tutor

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University of Miami - Bachelors, Chemistry, Mathematics

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