Today, more offer mentoring programs, tutoring, and extra counseling to help ease the transition.
Merryman, a lawyer turned writer/editor and operator of a tutoring program for inner-city kids, does not have children of her own.
I took on work in the evenings tutoring wealthy high-school students in math.
I want some tutoring in Latin, and he said he thought you could take me on.
Every one requires some of it, but many must take months of tutoring.
Studious seniors began to reap a harvest out of tutoring sections.
But I could live on it, and in any case it was better than slaving at tutoring.
They do not leave the nest until they can fly well and need no tutoring.
I am tutoring in them, and will take another examination next month.
There is a special Harvard student here, a Mr. Hickman, who is tutoring Mr. Gilder's children.
late 14c., "guardian, custodian," from Old French tutour "guardian, private teacher," from Latin tutorem (nominative tutor) "guardian, watcher," from tutus, variant past participle of tueri "watch over," of unknown origin. Specific sense of "senior boy appointed to help a junior in his studies" is recorded from 1680s.
1590s, from tutor (n.). Related: Tutored; tutoring.