My son was having trouble in school. For some reason, he wasn't getting much out of the classes. All his teachers agreed that he had the ability to absorb the material and participated in class discussions with ease. The general consensus was that the classes were boring to him and he needed a tutor. Thinking that tutors were only for children who were having trouble grasping material, I balked. It took a meeting with a tutor to realize that children who need more than the average class can provide do benefit from the academic stimulation that comes with private tutoring. It did work. Two sessions a week were enough to provide opportunities my son needed. He then found it easier to take his schoolwork seriously and his grades improved. If your child is not challenged at school, hire a tutor. It will be the best move you could make.
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