Australia’s tutoring industry feels the impact of COVID-19
The tutoring industry in Australia has taken a huge hit as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 50% of registered students across the country leaving the service.
Despite life slowly returning to normal following the easing of restrictions, some of our largest industries are still suffering.
One of these industries, being our tutoring sector.
Centres have been forced to close for obvious reasons, and on top of this, parents have paused spending during the economic downturn.
Business is down by more than 50%.
But despite this there is optimism the industry will slowly recover, but experts are concerned students sitting exams in the near future, will be the least-tutored cohort in a very long time.
Luke Grant caught up with Mohan Dhall, Chief Executive of the Australia Tutoring Association to see how the industry is currently going.
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