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Interested in revolutionising education?

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On Thu 11 Jul at 5:56pm SHS wrote:
Checked it out. It's just advertising! And the only useful skill available (maths) costs £35 per hour. Revolution? You must think we're all stupid.
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On Thu 11 Jul at 7:16pm Basil wrote:
'How does Eequ make money to develop the platform?
Eequ collects a service fee from the parent and the mentor at each transaction. We collect 5% service fee from the parent
We collect 5% service fee from the mentor.'
This is a money-making exercise Webbo.
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On Fri 12 Jul at 1:02am webbo wrote:
Itís difficult to get anything off the ground without money these days but our education system us failing so many of our children these days that I whole heartedly welcome a workable alternative.
You canít expect tutors and teachers to work for free.
 
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On Fri 12 Jul at 9:29am Eequ wrote:
We're looking for people in Lewes who want to make a flexible income on their own terms from teaching a skill or passion. This includes anyone from an established teacher, to somebody who has never taught in their life but wants to share a skill or craft. Through connecting mentors and learners our vision is to create a system for parents (and adult learners) to easily assemble an entire or supplementary education. We believe that skills such as creativity and emotional intelligence should be fostered just as much as traditionally valued abilities.
Because we are new to the Lewes area we are not charging or taking any commission for listing on our site. The entire process is completely free - we are looking to build a learning community


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