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Radio interview

Tutorhub has been a member of The Tutors Association for a while now, and have been talking with other UK based online tutoring businesses, to help deliver a Code of Conduct for businesses operating in the industry and start a new online tutoring working group for the benefit of independent members.

I was pleased to be asked by The Tutors Association to talk to BBC Radio Bristol’s John Darvill this morning, about the changes in Government education policy at their effect on the tutoring industry.

In a whistle stop tour of the tutoring industry, John Darvill focused on why the industry is growing, reasons why parents turn to tutoring and my opinions of the impact of Michael Gove’s reforms.

End to end, the interview took four and half minutes, if you would like to listen to the entire interview just click on the bar below.

I hope that you find it interesting.

 

 

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