Unlock Your Child’s Potential with Foundations Tutoring
One-on-one specialized tutoring that matches your child’s learning style
- Build a strong reading and writing foundation
- Improve grades and test scores
- Gain skills and confidence
- Achieve school success
- Develop homework independence
- See significant and lasting progress
- Develop the joy of reading
If you or your child suffers the academic and social frustrations caused by a reading difficulty, you’re not alone.
Up to 20% of the population will experience great difficulty learning to read, but can be successful with specialized instruction.
Does this sound familiar?
- She comes to me crying, asking why she is so stupid…
- My son feels misunderstood at school and comes home angry and depressed…
- He doesn’t even want to go to school anymore. I don’t know what to do…
There is effective help.
Foundations Tutoring offers a proven solution endorsed by parents and educators.
What’s different about Foundations Tutoring?
- Learning methods that are “different” than traditional teaching and unique from other Barton tutoring programs
- Instruction that works and actually changes the brain
- Sufficient practice for fluency and permanent improvement
- We CAN help your child become a successful reader, speller, and writer
Foundations Tutoring is an extension of the very successful Barton Reading Program that was implemented in Pleasanton schools from 2001 to 2012. We have over ten years of standardized data demonstrating that our students make significant and lasting progress over time. They DO catch up to grade level.
“In Middle School, my daughter was getting D’s and F’s. After one year of tutoring with the Barton system she is now getting mostly A’s and some B’s! But, more importantly, you should see her new attitude. She is much happier and easier to deal with each day. Thank you, thank you!”
“I have three Barton students in my class. I see the impact of this program daily. One of these students, who has been in the program for 2 1/2 years, is even in my highest reading group. Knowing his initial skills, I am convinced he would not be there without the support of this program.”