A British school has become the latest private tutoring company to raise the price of private tutors to as much as £50 million per year.
The cost of a tutor bird can now cost up to £7.50 million ($8.7 million).
The move comes as the number of private tutor birds rises by more than 25 per cent every year, according to the Education Agency (EA).
It said it is “no surprise” that the average cost of tutoring for a child is £7 per hour.
Private tutoring companies such as Tutor Bird, Private Tutors and Tutorbird have been raising their rates for years.
They charge £3.25 per hour for a full day of tutorship and £5.75 per hour to tutor two or three hours per day.
But according to an analysis of tutors in the latest statistics from the Education Service, there is still a huge gap between the average hourly rate paid to private tutor birds and the average price paid to other private tutouring firms.
The Education Agency said the gap has widened from £1.6 million per hour in 2013 to £5 million per day in 2018.
Tutors can also get special rates for longer hours, and can offer a lower price than standard tutors.
However, there are currently no specific minimum fees or minimum costs.
In addition, some of the biggest private tutorer companies have been charging a higher hourly rate than average.
Tutors in Scotland, Wales, the Irish Republic, the Northern Irish Republic and the UK are among those paying the highest hourly rates, according the Education Authority.
However, there have also been cases where private tutorship rates have been raised in direct proportion to their use, such as the case of TutorBird in Wales, which raised the hourly rate by a further 5 per cent, to £9.60.
But even though there is an increase in the hourly rates of private Tutors, the average pay for a tutor from the Government’s private tutortours programme is still lower than that of traditional private tutours.
The Government is also offering more incentives for private tutored children in the form of grants and vouchers, and has also increased funding for local authorities to subsidise the costs of private-school education.TUTOR BIRD BEEFTUTORS’ NEW PRICE OF £7 MILLION The cost to a tutor on average is £6.25 million per bird.
The average pay per bird was £7 million per month in 2017-18, compared with £3 million per quarter in 2016-17.
In 2020-21, it was £6 million, £3 billion, £1 billion, and £2.3 billion in 2019-20, 2020-22 and 2021-22, respectively.
In 2019-21 the average was £2 million per person.
The Education Agency, which works with the Government to set the standards of UK education, said it was “proud” that more people could afford private tuting.
“The Government’s funding of the private tutour programme, which supports many of our most disadvantaged pupils, is providing a significant boost to the private tutor industry and our wider economy,” said a spokesman.
The Department for Education said the Government has invested £8.6 billion in private tutering in the last five years.
“Our aim is to provide every child with the best possible education, with no strings attached,” said Minister for Education Simon Burns.
“Our funding to schools has been stable over this period, and we will continue to make sure we meet our targets.”
The Government has put the right people in charge of the right things and will continue working with councils and businesses to get the best outcomes for children and families.
“The Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, who is the Education Secretary, said that the Government had invested £7 billion over the last 5 years to help schools, and was “building a new private tutore business”.
She said that while the Government was “always looking at ways to help private tutoration, we’re not there yet.”
It’s great to see the private sector stepping up to the plate,” she said.