What are the differences between home school support and webcam support?
The school support market is booming. The fact that the Spanish educational system leaves a lot to be desired in some respects and that the classes are becoming increasingly crowded means that more and more parents and students turn to home classes and private teachers .
The 44% of students Spanish resort to private lessons to reinforce the education they receive in schools, colleges and universities, the second highest in Europe behind Greece (74%), and families often spend an average of 700 euros per student , according to a report prepared by the educational platform Euteri.com, according to which, there has been a “significant expansion of the use of private lessons” around the world.
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Today, private classes are given in two ways:
Face to face with a teacher who goes to his student’s home,
Remotely through a videoconferencing program such as Skype or Google Hangouts. What are the differences between home school support and webcam support?