Even without virtual learning, some students would need some help learning one subject or another. That may be more pronounced with so many schools doing remote learning. The Better Business Bureau has some ideas that could help you find a tutor for your child.

The agency advises you to consider the frequency of the tutoring, the type of tutor, the subject matter, the cost and more. Investigator Don O’Brien says there are many ways to find a tutor.

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BBB received 144 complaints and nearly 62,000 inquiries about tutoring services in 2019. Common complaints involve paying for sessions that tutors didn’t attend, quality of lessons, and difficulty obtaining a refund.