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MySchoolPage is an international ed-tech company with headquarters in Dubai, and branch offices in Massachusetts and Bangalore. We provide 1-1, personalized, live, interactive, online tuition provided by exceptional certified tutors, for K-12 students across the globe. We are devoted to helping students in improving their grades and students from over 400+ schools around the globe have experienced tremendous success with us. We are unique because our experienced academic mentors monitor the progress of every child to optimize their learning experience. We also have an in-house developed tutoring methodology that couples the best in global teaching techniques with independently developed content.

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PowerSchool | May 17, 2022

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