Tutoring is a proven method to help P–12 students improve their learning. Still, it has typically been limited to those who can afford it. Previous attempts to expand tutoring nationwide
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An effective high-impact tutoring curriculum is crucial for student success as it offers comprehensive support to tutors. When tutors are well-prepared, students reap the benefits. A successful tutoring curriculum enhances student outcomes and provides tailored learning opportunities for students and tutors. It is important to note that tutors have distinct roles in supporting students’ learning…
Math and the arts are two subjects that show how talented humans can be. With math, we can figure out the exact calculations needed to send a satellite into space or even send a person up there. On the other hand, art lets us dive deep into the emotions and amazing beauty of human expression….
In mid-February, the National Education Association, the nation’s largest union, endorsed in-school-day high-impact tutoring. Here’s the heart of what they said: “The research is clear: high-impact tutoring improves student learning. Over the past few years, finding a consensus around the most effective strategies and interventions to address post-COVID learning recovery has largely been elusive. However,…
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Mid-year interventions can be integrated into existing teaching curricula to increase student achievement through the second half of the school year.
In a recent white paper, Saga Education explores the potential of using Federal Work-Study (FWS) as a funding source to place college students in support roles for P–12 students, such as tutoring, coaching, and mentoring.