A Brooklyn judge has ordered the Sylvan Learning Center to refund more than $11,000 to a mother who claimed that the tutoring company failed to live up to its guarantee that her two children would “improve at least one full grade level.”

Civil Court Judge Genine D. Edwards awarded pro se plaintiff Terrain Drew the $11,338 she paid Sylvan to tutor her second-grade daughter and fourth-grade son and $105 for Sylvan’s violation of the General Business Law, as well as costs and interest.

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