Internet Tutors from India Aid U.S. Children

This is a revolutionary idea. It looks like someone is developing a model for true knowledge transfer. This may be the best hope yet for fixing what is wrong with the American educational system.

From NPR:
It's a new form of outsourcing: teachers in India are tutoring American children in math over the Internet. The Delhi-based company Career Launcher is one example: It contracts with a U.S. company to provide extra tutoring. The market has expanded since the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act.

qv: NPR: Internet Tutors from India Aid U.S. Kids with Math

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