Effective Tutoring: Empowering Students Through Productive Struggle

By Dr. Lynn Kepp To offset lost educational opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic, schools and educators are seeking new ways to expand access to learning and address students’ social-emotional and academic needs. Recent data reveals nearly two-thirds of states are choosing to use American Rescue Plan funds to expand tutoring programs. Each state is responding to learning loss by taking a unique approach to increasing tutoring capacity, but will those programs match up to evidence-based best practices? High-dosage tutoring, programs that provide each student with individual or small-group instruction for approximately 75 minutes per week over a 36-week period, has the best track record […]

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