For schools that can't afford to start an after-school tutoring program, a new internet-based tutoring service claims to have the answer. Called Tutornet.com, the service launched Aug. 25 and offers scheduled live tutoring in math and science via the internet, with additional courses to be added in the near future.

"There are estimates that over 75 percent of math and science students at some time need additional help, either to stay up with grade level performance or to truly excel," said Euburn Richard Forde, founder and chairman of Tutornet.com. "Many schools no longer have the...

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