An open letter to the first daughters

Dear Sasha and Malia,

You probably don’t spend much time in the East Room of your house, but on Wednesday your dad invited more than 100 of the country’s top teachers there to announce his new “Educate to Innovate” campaign.  After handing out some awards, he joked about putting his guests to work:

“As I mentioned to some of you, because I’ve got two girls upstairs with math tests coming up, I figure that a little extra help from the best of the best couldn’t hurt.  So you’re going to have assignments after this.  These awards were not free.”

We assume you did just fine on those math tests.

Unfortunately, you won’t always have a crowd of brilliant teachers downstairs to help you study. Of course, you could always get help from your parents, but they’ll both be pretty busy for the next three to seven years.  So what’s a first daughter to do?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. has thousands of certified math and science tutors available to help you with homework, studying and lab reports, 24/7.  We cover social studies, history and essay-writing too—and we can even help you prepare for the SAT when you start thinking about college.

So the next time you’re stuck on a tough problem, don’t drag your dad out of a meeting with the National Security Council.  Our tutors are just a few clicks away, and there’s no charge for military families (as daughters of the commander-in-chief, we figure you qualify) or patrons of the DC Public Library.  We hope to see you soon!


The Team


One Response to An open letter to the first daughters

  1. BA January 12, 2010 at 12:36 AM #

    Which lucky tutor will get to tutor them?!!? I always wondered if famous ppl use

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