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Monday, June 22nd, 2015

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Children will do better when parents are engaged with their education, says Tutors International

Private tutoring agency, Tutors International, today commented in response to recently published reports that may link Singapore’s excellent results in maths with educational support at home. Leading provider of private tutors, Tutors International, today commented on the impact that parental involvement in education has on a child’s academic outcomes. The comment comes off the back of a recent article about…

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Monday, June 15th, 2015

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“Tutoring agencies are putting tutors and families at risk by not carrying out due diligence”, says Tutors International

Leading private tutoring agency, Tutors International, today published an article that outlines their concerns that many tutoring agencies are failing to carry out due diligence when recruiting for new placements. Adam Caller, independent education consultant and founder of leading provider of private tutors, Tutors International, today published an article that outlines his fears for private tutors and families who use…

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Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

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Tutors International is recruiting for three separate Europe-based private tutoring roles

Tutors International, global provider of full-time private tutoring, announced that it is inviting applications for three private tuition placements in Europe. Tutors International provides homeschool tuition for UHNW families around the world. Today they announced three separate vacancies for experienced, capable educators in major European cities. In all the roles, applications are encouraged from professionally qualified teachers, but tutoring experience,…

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Monday, May 18th, 2015

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“The amount of homework given in the US education system is shocking”, says Tutors International.

Leading provider of full-time home tuition, Tutors International, today commented on the shocking quantities of homework assigned to students in the US educational system in schools around the world, calling for more co-operation between teachers. Adam Caller, an independent education consultant and former teacher, today reported that the amount of homework assigned by teachers at US schools was “shockingly excessive”…

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Monday, May 11th, 2015

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“What to do if your child didn’t get into their chosen private school” – advice from Tutors International

Private tutoring agency, Tutors International, today provided advice for parents whose children did not get accepted at their chosen independent or private school. Adam Caller, independent education consultant and founder of leading provider of private tutors, Tutors International, gives advice for parents who are currently in the midst of school admissions nightmares. “We’re in the middle of admissions season, and…

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Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

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“Options for primary school children who didn’t get into their preferred school.” Comment from Tutors International

Leading provider of full-time home tuition, Tutors International, today commented on the options available to disappointed parents of children who were not offered a place at their preferred school. Adam Caller, independent education consultant and founder of leading private tuition agency, Tutors International, today commented on the options available for UK parents disappointed by schools’ admission outcomes. State primary school…

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