At GoPeer, students do the teaching

STUDENT TUTORS: Andrew Binder, left, content strategist, and Ethan Binder, co-founder, of GoPeer LLC. The Providence-based company, which launched last fall with its website, vets college students who want to tutor and connects them with families.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
STUDENT TUTORS: Andrew Binder, left, content strategist, and Ethan Binder, co-founder, of GoPeer LLC. The Providence-based company, which launched last fall with its website, vets college students who want to tutor and connects them with families.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
An educational ­technology business that launched recently in Providence follows a simple premise: students learn best from other students. GoPeer LLC provides the platform that connects tutors to families seeking help for their children in academic subjects. Unlike many tutoring businesses, all of the tutors are college students. The sessions are aimed at K-12 students,…

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