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Thursday, July 19th, 2018

Posted in: Education consultancy, Home schooling, Personal & private tuition, Professional tutoring associations, Tutors International news, Uncategorized

Tutors International backs union call for home tutor criminal record checks

Tutor criminal record checks: leading global tutoring company Tutors International has announced its support as the National Education Union (NEU) calls for all private home tutors to face criminal record checks OXFORD, UK: Adam Caller, founder of the leading private tutoring firm Tutors International, has today voiced his support for the National Education Union’s latest call for regulation of the…

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Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Posted in: Education consultancy, Personal & private tuition, Professional tutoring associations

Tutors International founder calls for increase in due diligence in screening private tutor references within the industry

Adam Caller, founder of leading global private tutoring firm, Tutors International, expressed his concern this week that some tutoring companies are not being thorough when following up on candidate references. Speaking this week of concerns surrounding the lack of care taken by some tutoring firms, over the collecting and handling of tutor references, Adam Caller commented: “We do our utmost…

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Thursday, October 5th, 2017

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Tutors International reports rise in popularity of a ‘global education’

“Global schools” are on the rise, where students travel the world, and their teachers use different cultures and experiences to support a broader education. It’s an inspirational way of learning that private tutors have long embraced. The emerging trend for travelling ‘global schools’ is intriguing, and Adam Caller, founder of leading global firm, Tutors International, made a statement this week…

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Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Posted in: College admissions, Home schooling, Professional tutoring associations

Not all A grades are equal – Students and parents continue to misunderstand the value of ‘hard’ A-Levels, Tutors International reports

Adam Caller, founder of the leading global private tutoring company, commented this week that when choosing which A-Levels to take, ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ subjects are not being due consideration. Research [1] conducted by the Institute of Education at University College London, concluded that the top British universities were showing favour to those choosing traditional core subjects, such as English, History,…

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Friday, September 1st, 2017

Posted in: College admissions, Home schooling, Professional tutoring associations

Tutors International issues new advice following 2017 GCSE, A-Level, and AS-Level results

What to do with those exam results? Tutors International founder, Adam Caller, made a statement this week with guidance for parents on the next steps for students, whether their results were better or worse than expected. With all exam results for 2017 now revealed, many students will be celebrating, while others may be worrying and wondering ‘what if?’. Adam Caller,…

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Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Posted in: Home schooling, Professional tutoring associations

The needs of academically gifted children are being neglected in UK schools, says founder of Tutors International

Tutors International founder, Adam Caller, issued a statement expressing his concern this week that, while SEN children rightly remain a priority in UK classrooms, gifted students are still not receiving the focused attention and support they need to thrive. Referencing a recent article by Michael W. Ferguson, Mr Caller, founder of private tutoring firm Tutors International and an independent education…

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