Is Your Child Disengaged at School? Personalised Education Can Help

As the CEO of Tutors International, I see firsthand the growing dissatisfaction with traditional schooling. The surge in homeschooling, highlighted in this article by Jedidajah Otte in The Guardian, underscores this trend. It’s clear: a one-size-fits-all approach just doesn’t work for every student. School can be a struggle for some students. Maybe they dislike more.

Championing for Change: A Call for Tax Reforms in Private Education

I recently read an engaging piece in "The Economist," provocatively titled, "Should you send your children to private school?" As someone who has devoted their life to private education, such discussions never fail to spark my interest. As I delved into the article, one aspect stood out: the tax exemptions and charitable status enjoyed by private schools in the more.

Wealthy Families Stick With Full-Time Tutors Hired Early in Pandemic

By Douglas Belkin Upper-middle-class families, dissatisfied with K-12 schools, are signing up for the instruction as well. Jean-Francois Gagnon and his wife, Genevieve, watched their two teenage children grind through six hours of remote learning every day in spring 2021, as the pandemic rolled into its second year. The classes were inefficient. The schedule was more.

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