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New York City Public Schools (NYCPS), in partnership with the City University of New York (CUNY), launched an early literacy tutoring initiative, the CUNY Reading Corps, in the fall of 2020. Read about their program and experience so far.
Clayton County Public Schools Tutoring Case Study
Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is a large Georgia school district just south of metro Atlanta. The district piloted their tutoring program during a pandemic-related break from in-person learning in 2020. Read more about the district's tutoring experience over the past two years.
Guilford County Schools Tutoring Case Study
Guilford County Schools (GCS) is the third largest school district in North Carolina serving Greensboro, High Point, and the surrounding areas. In the fall of 2020, the district launched what was to become a nationally recognized tutoring program––with just five tutors leading the charge.
Ector County Independent School District Tutoring Case Study
Ector County Independent School District (ECISD), located in Odessa, Texas, launched a district-wide tutoring initiative in the spring of 2021. Read about ECISD’s approach to tutoring, as well as their key insights a year into their tutoring program.
Selecting Products & Services From External Tutoring Providers
Tutoring products and services take many shapes and sizes. This article shares a framework that district leaders can use to consider different solutions, whether they be standalone programs or component solutions, and the common attributes of these products and services.
Navigating Tutoring Options: Internal, External, or Hybrid
Mackenzie Flynn, Market Specialist at CEMD, discusses three approaches to tutoring - internal, external, or hybrid - and what should be considered when making tutoring decisions for districts.
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