Christian Science Monitor: In Egypt’s classrooms, lessons go only so far, September 2006

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT   As students returned to classrooms this week throughout Egypt, there’s one back-to-school essential parents insist on: private tutors.

Many say sending their children to school without having arranged for a tutor is akin to not outfitting them with notebooks or shoes. And it’s not cheap. The country’s Al-Ahram newspaper reported last month that Egyptians spend about $2.4 billion annually tutoring.

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