Proposes the establishment of the High Efficiency Accelerated Learning (HEAL) Grant Program and the Tutoring Advisory Commission. HEAL is intended to provide high-impact tutoring opportunities to students around the state in order to mitigate the effect of learning loss or interrupted learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Tutoring Advisory Commission is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, and evaluation of the HEAL program. The program awards grants to qualified local education agencies and will be reviewed and approved by the Tutoring Advisory Commission. The proposed bill is aimed to expand high-impact tutoring and ensure that it is aligned with research-based standards.
Does the tutoring effort have associated state legislation?
Recommitted to Assembly Appropriations Committee
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