Are home tutors required for better education of children?
Keeping home tutor for better education of children has become a fashion a nowadays. But is home tutor really beneficial for the children? Do they provide something extra that school and parents can't provide?
some rich parents do employ home tutors for their kids and it does make some difference for bright kids not the lazy ones
Anyway, it cost $30 for institute tuition centre per subject but home tutors charges $100 per subject
I do not agree with this fact. For sure extra guidance helps a child in better understanding but teaching them isolated from other tuition centres is a wrong method. There are endless tutors available that teaches in the group wherein a child gets in touch with other students also and openly takes part in a group discussion in regards to any subject. It creates a sense of healthy competition among the kids.
There is another side also wherein we can say that private tutors are more focused on one child and will take the child's education for granted.
It is the whole sole responsibility of the parents to keep an eye on child as well as the tutor whether private or outsider.
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