The article, written by Sally Weale, explores the growth of the private tuition industry and the persistence of inequality in education. 

In discussing the ways certain organisations try to help redress this imbalance in education, Weale writes:

Initiatives aimed at making tuition more accessible already exist: some agencies pledge a proportion of their tuition to poorer pupils for free, while non-profit programmes such as the Tutor Trust connect tutors with disadvantaged schools.

The Tutor Trust is proud to be a part of the challenge to educational inequality, an inequality exacerbated by the private tuition industry, and are grateful to Sally and The Guardian for acknowledging our work!

You can read the full article via the link below.

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2018/dec/05/an-education-arms-race-inside-the-ultra-competitive-world-of-private-tutoring