Tutoring that’s either one-on-one or in very small groups and happens at least three times a week has been shown to greatly improve students’ learning.
Many academic and advocacy groups say this is a critical way schools can help students recover from learning loss, after a year of distance learning. But many parents haven’t found tutoring options at their children’s schools.
- Cristina Sánchez, Parent, Los Angeles Unified
- Joanna French, Associate director of research and policy, Innovate Public Schools
- Kate Sequeira, Journalism resident, EdSource
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