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Brooks became the family’s “encyclopedia-dictionary,” said her younger sister Shonte Smith, as well as a cornerstone of the high school debate team and the preferred tutor for failing football players.
AllRight is a platform for English language learning, aimed at children four years or older, which combines lessons with real teachers and homework with “AI-powered” tutors.
It will also allow him to pursue other interests and jobs part-time, as a tutor, consultant or substitute.
Like if you had AI teachers or tutors that could be available to students and communities where access to education and resources is very limited, that’d be very empowering.
This fall, the shop has also rolled out a virtual nanny and tutor service with certified teachers on stand-by to help parents during working hours, according to Jillian Pap, director of people experiences at the Goodway Group.
At times during the day, while tutoring with Mr. Bronson, Larry thought of Maggie's strange look.
But do you think the training and tutoring that Jenkins received equal to an education like Forsythe's—or yours?
THE WRECK OF THE TITANMORGAN ROBERTSON
This he continued, speaking for any absentee on any subject, and tutoring rich laggards for a consideration.
Moreover, he could add somewhat to his income by private tutoring.
THE STORY OF GREAT INVENTIONSELMER ELLSWORTH BURNS
He even did a little private tutoring at his home, giving the sons of some of his friends lessons in English literature.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY

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