Tutoring is gaining momentum as a learning loss fix

An extensive and more “permanent” tutoring system is emerging as a leading and equity-based solution for U.S. schools attempting to help students recover from COVID learning loss. Equal-access tutoring — which “is among the most effective education interventions ever studied” — can be scaled nationally, say associate professor Matthew A. Kraft and research program associate Grace T. Falken, both from Brown University, in a new working paper.

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