Centuries of tutoring: a history of alternative education in America and western Europe
This book examines both the development of tutoring as a form of education and its influence on _schooling._ It offers a review of what past educators wrote on their work, the lives of their students, and the wider socio-cultural ramifications during centuries of tutoring.
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Tutors In Ancient Rome
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