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the act, process, or art of imparting knowledge and skill

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a fee paid for instruction (especially for higher education)

teaching pupils individually (usually by a tutor hired privately)

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I hope that this will lead to a more collaborative discussion on fair tuition amounts moving forward," she said.
All the bills seeking to regulate state schools' tuition have died.
For Staten Island students, the University will reduce undergraduate tuition by $10,370 for the 2015-16 academic year and freeze room and board costs and fees.
Tuition has become a major money spinner for many teachers in Bahrain.
Summary: The Abu Dhabi University (ADU) has announced that its tuition fees will remain unchanged throughout the coming academic year with students being offered a quarter off from their tuition fees.
By Neil A Alcober/Manila Times The gates of the Commission on Higher Education's (CHED's) main office in Diliman, Quezon City has been bombarded with red paint by some student-activists who picketed yesterday, outside the commission's building to denounce the proposed implementation of a new Socialised Tuition Fee Scheme (STFS) in the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP).
For their sons (they're still deciding about their daughter), the couple is using prepaid tuition plans.
5 percent tuition increase at the state's seven community colleges.
10 -- Tuition centers - a source of earning instead of learning
ISLAMABAD: In these days of financial crunch, people give serious thought to earning money through alternative sources and home tuition has become a good pick for unemployed persons especially youth.
SACRAMENTO -- California lawmakers are considering creating a state-run savings program that would allow parents to prepay their children's college tuition at locked-in rates.
Enrollment at the college had been steadily declining, and tuition costs were relatively high for a two-year school.
Previous Tax Clinic items have addressed the deductibility and potentially tax-favored funding mechanisms of tuition and fees as medical expenses for special-needs children (see Goldsberry, Tenney and Luke, "Deductibility of Tuition and Related Fees as Medical Expenses," TTA, November 2002, pp.
According to Draut, the combination of skyrocketing tuition, housing, and health care costs; stagnant student aid and salaries; and diminishing benefits and pensions delivers a knockout punch to the dreams and aspirations of many young people hoping to climb the educational ladder to adulthood and financial independence.
529 Plans: Technically known as qualified state tuition plans, these allow users to contribute money into a tax-deferred account for higher education.