UK parents are paying large sums for online tutors available around the clock rather than the live version.

First came the boom in private tutors delivering lessons in the home to help children get better exam grades.

Now the phenomenon of “e-tutoring” is spreading rapidly, with thousands of British families taking up the services. Worldwide, the industry is estimated to have grown from a standing start in just a few years to be worth £8 billion. Telegraph

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