Outsourced tutors raise quality-control concerns

05/23/2005 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Thanks to low labor costs, some U.S. tutoring firms are hiring Indian math and science graduates, and the number of Indian tutoring companies tapping into the American e-tutoring market is expected to grow. Critics charge there's a double standard when failing districts are prohibited from offering tutors, yet tax dollars can be spent on foreign tutors with unknown qualifications.

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