Tuition News October 2011
A North London school has been improving its maths by embracing the internet and having its pupils tutored online by Indian tutors. The scheme has been set up by a British entrepeneur and is designed for students aged between seven and sixteen.
The sessions cost £12 per hour and organised by parents or by the school themselves. At an arranged time, pupils log on and interact with their tutors via a screen that resembles an interactive whiteboard.
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