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Regardless of what kind of tutoring program you implement, gauging student outcomes is critical. Use this resource to help you set goals for your tutoring program and determine which data collection tools will work best for your district.
Outcomes-based contracting is an increasingly common practice to ensure that educational providers deliver on student learning. But is this approach right for your district? Use this resource to learn about the objectives of outcomes-based contracting and the steps for successful implementation.
Ensuring Equitable Student Outcomes With High-Impact Tutoring
Equity is often a central theme in a school or district’s decision to implement tutoring. But what does it actually mean to implement an equitable tutoring program? Read our key considerations for developing tutoring programs that ensure equitable outcomes for all students.
Baltimore City Public School Tutoring Case Study
Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools) launched its high-dosage tutoring program in January 2020. Their initiative has grown to include a second tutoring program, with a combined student population of over 13,000 students. Read about their key insights on building and scaling this program.
Orange County Public Schools Tutoring Case Study
Florida's Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) piloted a math-focused, online peer tutoring program, the Minority Achievement Office (MAO) Peer Tutoring Initiative, in the fall of 2021. Read about OCPS's tutoring approach, as well as the district's progress and journey since the launch.
New York City Public Schools Tutoring Case Study
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.
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