Add tutors to the people who are going to make millions off the implementation of Common Core Standards.
First, you have the technology companies, which were waist-deep in creation of Common Core and made sure that it required all kinds of devices in order for schools to climb on board.
Then you have the testing and textbook companies, which are making a killing, not only with tests, but with practice tests like the Acuity tests from McGraw-Hill that the state of Missouri purchased recently.
Now today's Washington Post notes that companies plan to offer tutoring services:
What makes the curriculum changes in schools an unusually big opportunity for tutoring companies to expand their businesses is the fact that most states now will have the same standards and many will give students the same standardized tests. As a result, a company in New York, for example, can provide online services to a student in Hawaii much easier than in the past, when each state had its own standards and assessments.
In the end, everyone profits except for the students.