I have had this happen to me twice now. Tutors asking me for information on my students (weaknesses/strengths, etc.) and asking me to provide information on quizzes, tests, lesson plans and more. This time the parent intervened and told me I should give them everything they need - go ahead and talk about my son to him... My thought - lesson plans are my own and not shared with a person with a PhD who tutors to make an extra $100/hr. It is the tutor's job to assess the student for strengths and weaknesses. The tutor who is paid a professional rate should know the curriculum and how to teach. I understand that parents are desperate to help their child but in my opinion these big tutoring outfits rip people off. They hire well educated people who are not teachers but have impressive resumes and assume they can teach. I have tutored for years and NEVER asked the teacher for information of any kind! I know what I am doing. thoughts?