So this is the space during tutoring hours. It's very busy. Same principles: one-on-one attention complete devotion to the students' work and a boundless optimism and sort of a possibility of creativity and ideas.
But you know there's something about the kids finishing their homework in a given day working one-on-one getting all this attention - they go home they're finished. They don't stall they don't do their homework in front of the TV.
And that's actually the brunt of what we do is people going straight from their workplace straight from home straight into the classroom and working directly with the students. So then we're able to work with thousands and thousands more students.
I think newspapers shouldn't try to compete directly with the Web and should do what they can do better which may be long-form journalism and using photos and art and making connections with large-form graphics and really enhancing the tactile experience of paper.