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Content related to education consultancy, including commentary and advice from Tutors International’s CEO, Adam Caller.
Friday, May 31st, 2024

Why Families Opt for Full-Time Private Tutoring

Why do families turn to full-time private tutoring? It most frequently comes down to one of these four reasons.
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Thursday, May 16th, 2024

Private tutors are the key to calmer, mentally healthier exam season for stressed students

When it feels like the whole family is in exam mode, the pressure can be overwhelming for both students and parents.
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Tuesday, April 16th, 2024

What Are the Most Popular Educational Curricula for UHNW Families Embracing Global Education?

The world is more interconnected than ever, and Ultra-High-Net-Worth (UHNW) families are setting their sights on education systems that offer more than just traditional learning.
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Thursday, March 28th, 2024

Tutors International and Quintessentially Partner to Provide Bespoke Full-Time Tutoring Solutions for Families on a Global Scale

Tutors International's strategic alliance with Quintessentially Education, the exclusive education arm of the renowned concierge service, Quintessentially, promises to expand the existing offerings from both organisations in fulfilling full-time tutoring for families worldwide.
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Monday, March 18th, 2024

Why the 2-Sigma Experiment is the Best Advocate for Private Tutoring

In 1984 Benjamin Bloom aimed to demonstrate that personalised instruction leads to better educational outcomes. The results are astonishing, and 2-Sigma became essentially a brochure for private tutoring.
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Friday, March 1st, 2024

Does Homeschool Tutoring Diminish a Child's Social Skills?

It's the most common question parents ask us. We take a look at how excellent private tutors tackle the issue of friends, social encounters and social intelligence.
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Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

Tutors International and EducAd Consulting Partner to Provide Families with Holistic Education Consultancy and Private Tuition

Leading provider of full-time private tuition, Tutors International, today announced a strategic partnership with EducAd Consulting to offer families around the world a seamless and comprehensive range of educational support services.
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Friday, February 16th, 2024

How Strength-Based Education Aligns with the Top Educational Priorities for UHNW Families

Our sister company, Sea Tutors, reveals what ultra-high net worth (UHNW) parents prioritise when it comes to their children’s education. 
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Wednesday, February 14th, 2024

Where Are the Girls in Science? Are We Accidentally Discouraging Girls from STEM?

We scratched the surface of this vast and multifaceted topic, exploring how gender stereotypes from an early age and a lack of female role models in science are quietly telling our girls, “science is not for you”.  
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Tuesday, January 23rd, 2024

Virtual schooling is not always the answer to the problem of school refusal

School refusal has become a huge problem, one which the UK is working hard to address. But are schools' proposed solutions effective? That parents are turning to private home-schooling instead suggests not. 
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Thursday, November 30th, 2023

Family Offices Address Inadequate Financial Literacy in Schools by Partnering With Private Tutors

A growing number of Family Offices are taking their clients’ financial education into their own hands, partnering with private tutoring firms to provide a more comprehensive level of financial literacy than the children in UHNW families are receiving in school.
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Tuesday, September 19th, 2023

Healthy Screen Time: Finding the Right Balance for Children

At Tutors International, we know that many parents are worried about the amount of time their children spend in front of screens. This blog explores how to ensure the time spent on screens is fun and beneficial for children.
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Monday, July 31st, 2023

Media Misrepresentation of Affirmative Action Challenged in Expert Commentary

Gain expert insight into the media's portrayal of affirmative action in the U.S. educational landscape. Adam Caller, CEO of Tutors International, challenges misrepresentation and advocates for proportional representation in applicant pools. Discover the pitfalls in data interpretation and the need for a nuanced understanding of socio-economic factors. Explore the flaws within affirmative action frameworks and the call to shift the focus towards diversity and enhanced comprehension. Read the thought-provoking commentary on the Tutors International Blog.
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Monday, July 31st, 2023

Here is What The Media Is Still Getting Wrong When Reporting on Affirmative Action

Explore the monumental changes in college admissions post-Supreme Court ruling and the media's misleading focus on numbers over proportional representation. Delve into statistical missteps and the Simpson Paradox in reporting, shedding light on the need to increase diversity in the applicant pool. Uncover the flaws within affirmative action and the call for better representation in pursuit of a truly equitable educational landscape.
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Friday, June 16th, 2023

Adam Caller, CEO of Tutors International, Endorses Call for Revision of Private School Tax Exemptions

Adam Caller, CEO and Founder of Tutors International has today voiced his support for the UK Labour Party's discussions around revoking the charitable status and tax breaks of private schools. This perspective from a key industry figure underlines the shifting attitudes in education, shedding light on the longstanding debate about the equity of education funding.
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