Coronavirus shuttered high schools — but the exam tutoring business is still booming

On the eve of their final Arabic language exam, thirteen students in their third and final year of thanaweya amma (secondary school) are huddled around a teacher at the dining table in a spacious apartment in the town of Dekernes in the Daqahlia governorate. As part of a set of restrictions put in place by the government in March to curb the coronavirus, tutoring centers were shut down in police raids, pushing students and teachers to hold surreptitious sessions like this one inside homes.

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