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Thursday, June 17th, 2021

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Top 10 Reasons Tutors International is the Superior Private Residential Tutoring Solution

Homeschooling, high-standards and HNWI Clients: elite tutoring company, Tutors International, list the benefits of a full-time private tutor and reveal why theirs are second to none.

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Thursday, May 30th, 2013

Posted in: Dyslexia, dyslexics tutoring

Hard-to-read fonts ‘can boost pupil results by up to a fifth’ – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk Hard-to-read fonts ‘can boost pupil results by up to a fifth’ Telegraph.co.uk The conclusions appear to contradict guidelines from the British Dyslexia Association which recommends that a plain, evenly spaced font such as Arial or Comic Sans should be used when working with dyslexics. It follows research three years ago fromĀ …

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Monday, December 17th, 2012

Posted in: Dyslexia, dyslexics tutoring, Learning difficulties & tutoring, Special needs and tutoring, Tutors International news

SEN in Independent Schools Found Wanting as Private Tuition Increases

Home tuition company, Tutors International, announce their busiest month since forming the company in 1999, with the majority of enquiries for private special educational needs (SEN) tutors after private schools fail to identify and address learning difficulties. Leaders in private home tutoring, Tutors International, have reported a record month for placements of their elite private tutors, with a significant rise…

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Saturday, October 1st, 0208

Posted in: Dyslexia, dyslexics tutoring

Article source: news.bbc.co.uk

Gene link to poor reading skills

A common genetic variant may be partly to blame for poor reading ability, research suggests. The variant, carried by more than one in seven people, has already been associated with dyslexia. Tests by the University of Oxford found people carrying the key sequence tended to perform worse than average in tests of their reading ability. But the study, published in…

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