The Education Industry
The education industry in the United States is in disrepair and in need of many changes
The global supplemental education market will top 102.8 billion dollars by 2018! The United States market is reported to be in excess of 8.9 billion dollars a year and markets are forecast to grow at an annual rate of 13.68% between 2017-2021. Now is the time to get involved in this burgeoning industry, and GradePower Learning® is the perfect avenue from which you can do so—today!
The tutoring boom is ignited by school budget cutbacks, fewer teachers being available in classrooms, a growing focus on standardized tests, falling test scores, and academic competition expanding on a global scale.
Public funding for schools is dwindling as the economy struggles to right itself. Schools are closing. Teachers are in a precarious situation with salary freezes and classroom sizes increasing. It’s left to the private sector to rescue failing school systems and to really leave no child behind.
We have developed a business model, support network, and operating system than, when followed, can be personally fulfilling and very rewarding for you and your family. You have an opportunity to make a tremendous difference in the lives of children and their families within your community.
Privately held companies offering tutoring . . . have been generating double-digit sales increases. Sageworks (2014)
Parents’ desire to prepare children not only for current class work, but also for additional skills they may need or want after graduation drives industry growth. Sageworks (2014)
The tutoring and test preparation segment will continue to lead the industry's performance through at least 2019. franchisedirect.com (2014)
Educational priorities for parents increase during recession. Fox News (2014)
Data from Sageworks.com includes ‘other schools and instruction’ as number 15 on its Most Profitable List in 2016. Forbes (2016)
Nearly three-quarters of Americans have a less-than-favorable view of the federal government’s performance in K-12 education. Edchoice.org (2014)
79% of survey respondents say that the academic performance of high school students is very important to America’s future prosperity. Educationnext.org (2014)
36% of parents say that their children received regular tutoring or extra academic preparation. PEW (2015)
"The great thing about owning a GradePower Learning Center is the transformation we see in children, and the positive impact on their family. We get to teach kids to learn how to learn! It has been so rewarding since we opened and we look forward to helping more students reach their full potential"
— MICHAEL H., MERIDIAN, IDAHO, GPL FRANCHISEE