People tend to associate "tutoring" with a struggling student.  This is unfortunate.  

Technically, a tutor is a person charged with the instruction and guidance of another as:

a.  a private teacher

b.  a teacher,..who gives individual instruction,...


Nowhere does the definition of a tutor mention 'a struggling student.'  

So, why do some people tend to think of, or look for, a tutor only when a student is experiencing difficulties?

A student who is excelling deserves a private teacher who gives individual instruction so that he/she can further excel.


DID YOU KNOW:

Only 52% of students who started out as high achievers in mathematics in 3rd grade managed to maintain their academic edge through the 8th grade?

To learn more about the 52% of students who started out as high achievers in mathematics in 3rd grade and managed to lose their academic edge by 8th grade 


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