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tuition

the payment for instruction, esp in colleges or universities
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Buck learned easily, and under the combined tuition of his two mates and Francois made remarkable progress.
Please likewise to prepare for her reception and tuition there.
There was fresh groundsel, too, for Miss Maylie's birds, with which Oliver, who had been studying the subject under the able tuition of the village clerk, would decorate the cages, in the most approved taste.
"A young lady accustomed to tuition" (had I not been a teacher two years?) "is desirous of meeting with a situation in a private family where the children are under fourteen (I thought that as I was barely eighteen, it would not do to undertake the guidance of pupils nearer my own age).
I never knew Joe to remember anything from one Sunday to another, or to acquire, under my tuition, any piece of information whatever.
Do you think it is good to ban school teachers from offering private tuitions?
Approaches used to accommodate access are often based on providing internal cross subsidies by charging higher tuitions to those with ability to pay, while providing aid to those with low ability to pay.
Sajid (1984) identifies that students join private tuitions in order to solve their learning difficulties.
Due to non availability of any authentic number of students and teachers involved in private tuitions in the district and the list of their names the respondents for this study were randomly selected to ensure participation from people of diverse socio-economic background.
The rationale for sending students for tuitions is to provide opportunities to those who are weak in certain subjects to catch up.
Sharjah Education Zone issues circular imposing tough penalties against teachers offering private tuitions.
On the other hand, a few parents are not happy with the clamour for tuitions. One of them has even accused a science teacher at a school of deliberately awarding low marks to children in class tests so as to force them to attend her private classes.