A regular tutor can cost anywhere between $25 to $100 an hour.
But online tutors in countries such as India are charging as little as US$2.50 an hour, (AUD$3.34) meaning cash-strapped Australian families can also afford to privately educate their children.
This is how much American mother Denise Robison pays per hour for her daughter’s online Indian tutor.
“It’s made the biggest difference. My daughter is literally at the top of every single one of her classes and she has never done that before,” said Ms Robison.
Her 13-year-old daughter, Taylor, is one of 1,100 Americans enrolled in Bangalore-based TutorVista, which launched last November with a staff of 150 “e-tutors” mostly in India with a fee of $100 a month for unlimited hours.
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