Aurini Janice (2003). Market Professionals in the Private Tutoring Industry : Balancing Profitability with the Humanistic Face of Schooling. Toronto : The Research Network on New Approaches to Lifelong Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. En ligne : <http://www.nall.ca/new/Aurini.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Aurini2003a
Keywords: Ã©conomie de l'Ã©ducation, soutien scolaire, tutorat
Publisher: The Research Network on New Approaches to Lifelong Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (Toronto)
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"Based on interviews with private tutoring business entrepreneurs, this paper provides a qualitative analysis of some organizational and ideological transformations in the teacher profession with the advent of market professionals within the private education sector. No longer simply a means to generate additional income, the private tutoring industry today promises full-time business opportunities and careers for well-educated investors from a variety of educational and occupational backgrounds. Initial research suggests that the enormous popularity of these businesses rests on the organizational and environmental â€˜fitâ€™ between their services and increased consumer demands for individualized education."
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