Private Supplementary Tuition, critically analyses the "shadow" education system that is in an increasing trend globally despite the fact that some Governments such as Kenya have tried to ban its use in learning institutions. The book critically examines the factors driving the need for private supplementary in learning institutions, among students and their parent's & Teacher's continual support for its use. The book rationally and logically analyses the ban policy in Kenya, challenges facing its implementations and the implications of the ban policy and unregulated use of private supplementary tuition in the promotion of equity and quality of education. The book looks at private supplementary tuition from a Global and human capital perspective. The book is useful to stakeholders in Education such as Policy Makers, Lecturers, High School Teachers, Parents,Postgraduate Students, Undergraduates, Secondary school Students and Researchers in Education.