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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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,…
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.
A panel of economists and education leaders sounded the alarm on the pandemic’s potential lifelong impacts on schoolchildren at the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC.
Measures to secure resources and tools to close opportunity gaps for students include expanding the teacher pipeline and finding creative ways to engage college students in the educational process.
After a three-year journey with us, during which she spearheaded some of the most significant technological advancements in education, Krista Marks is entering semi-retirement and stepping down from her full-time role as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Parents and Teachers Uniformly Disliked Teaching Remotely. Here’s Why Tutoring Remotely is Different and Can Be Key to Supercharging Learning and RecoveryOctober 1, 2023
Despite the many challenges of teaching students in remote, online classrooms, it turns out that tutoring them remotely—as part of the regular school day—may be the best pathway for districts to boost academic achievement and for scaling tutoring to reach some of the most underserved students in our country.