High-impact tutoring FAQs for school districts


The US government has directed millions of dollars to K–12 education with the specific goal of getting students back on grade level after the instructional time lost during the pandemic. High-impact tutoring would be an effective use of that money.

In April 2021, for example, a coalition of The Education Trust, Education Reform Now, FutureEd, the Center for American Progress, the Center for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University, and the board of directors at the Success for All Foundation together urged the US Education Department to support states and districts in implementing effective, evidence-based interventions that would accelerate learning. 

Specifically, they advised that states set rigorous standards for high-impact tutoring programs that are research- and evidence-based and target students most affected by the pandemic to accelerate student learning toward academic growth.


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