Welcome to Help4Education.com
We are committed to empowering parents and students for success.
We offer a variety of services that are customized to meet your unique needs.









Discover - Design - Develop (SM)

About Us

Help4Education is a locally owned business. Unlike large tutoring chains, we are able to customize our services to meet your needs. Since we do not use a prescibed curriculum, we are able to meet your student's individual needs based upon the school's requirements. Our tutors have the expertise to provide multiple approaches to learning based upon your student's preferences.


Joanne Delano Smith:

Joanne has over 20 years experience in public and private education. She was a college instructor at Georgia State University (GSU), the director of a private national tutoring center, and a middle school teacher. For the past 9 years, Joanne taught at Austin Road Middle School in Henry County where she served for 5 years as the chairperson of the Special Education Department.

Joanne's expertise ranges from teaching students with disabilities to providing professional development to teachers. She has counseled parents on the topics of ADHD, Transition planning, and advocacy.

Joanne holds a M.A. in Psychology from GSU and completed all course work for the Ph. D. She is certified (T-6) in the areas of Reading (k-12), Math (6-8), Language Arts (6-8), Science (6-8), Social Studies (6-8), and Leadership.

Lori Hines Magee:

Lori holds a B.S. ED from Georgia State University. In addition to serving as a public school middle grades teacher, Lori has 16 years of private tutoring experience, 9 years of home-schooling experience, and 4 years experience as a private composition teacher.

Lori is an active member of the Georgia Home Educators Association (GHEA), CHERISH home school group, and Paragon Cooperative Learning Academy.

Lori is also a registered administrator for the Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS) and the California Achievement Test (CAT).



Contact H4E

Helpful Links

About H4E

Job Opportunities