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Effectiveness of Private Tutoring in Mathematics with Regard to Subjective and Objective Indicators of Academic Achievement: Evidence from a German Secondary School sample/Effektivit?t Von Nachhilfeunterricht in Mathematik Im Hinblick Auf Subjektive Und Objektive Indikatoren der Schulleistung: Befun

  title={Effectiveness of Private Tutoring in Mathematics with Regard to Subjective and Objective Indicators of Academic Achievement: Evidence from a German Secondary School sample/Effektivit?t Von Nachhilfeunterricht in Mathematik Im Hinblick Auf Subjektive Und Objektive Indikatoren der Schulleistung: Befun},
  author={Karin Guill and Wilfried Bos},
  journal={Journal for educational research online},
l. IntroductionPrivate tutoring is a wide-spread phenomenon all over the world. In addition to mainstream education many students attend private lessons in academic subjects which are already covered at school. For example in Germany, where the presented empirical analyses were executed, according to a recent representative study nearly 24% of 12 to 21 year old secondary school students currently attend private tutoring (Leven, Quenzel, & Hurrelmann, 2010). This number resembles the proportion… 

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