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GCRD: TUTORING FOR PAY

 

Definition:  "Tutoring" means giving private instruction or help to an individual or group for which the teacher receives remunera­tion other than through the School Committee.

 

Tutoring is not to be recommended for a student unless the approp­riate teacher of the student involved is consulted and agrees that it will be of real help.  If tutoring seems advisable, the Principal may give the parents/guardians a list of persons who are willing to tu­tor.  This list may include teachers, but not the student's teacher of the subject in which he/she or she is to be tutored.

 

Tutoring for pay is not to be done in the school building.

 

 

SOURCE: Georgetown

 

CONTRACT REF.:  "Agreement between Georgetown School Committee and Georgetown Education Association;” “Contract Agreement between Georgetown Educatin Support Association and the Georgetown School Committee”

 

Adopted On:    January 10, 2008

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