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06/28/2022. Organization
As a foundation for the services Axiom Learning will provide to interested parties, we have developed some of the most powerful tools available anywhere in the world which have the potential to help millions of students worldwide. Through our 1-on-1 Learning Laboratories, technology-driven, cutting-edge technology tools, our transformative set of interventions for kids with learning challenges, Axiom is dedicated to spending the next several years of our journey scaling what we have to reach as many as kids around the world as we can.

06/14/2022. Article
Yes! We have much work to do to ensure high-impact tutoring is embedded in schools for all students for the long term, but we see places where it is happening. Here are three examples of high-impact tutoring programs that have been serving students for over a decade before the pandemic and continue to grow.

06/13/2022. Article
Last week, the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading held a national conversation about high-dosage tutoring, an evidence-based intervention for learning loss. On the panel — along with leaders from national organizations like ExcelinEd and The Education Trust — was John-Paul Smith, the executive director of the NC Education Corps, talking about state strategies to advance equitable learning recovery.

06/06/2022. Legislation
Awarded $14M in grants to Ohio colleges and universities planning to create or expand mathematics and literacy tutoring programs for Ohio’s K-12 students in one-on-one or small-group settings.The grant is funded by The Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Department of Higher Education and was created in response to the learning disruptions that resulted from the pandemic.

06/06/2022. Legislation
Provides $1,000 tutoring scholarships for students negatively impacted by the pandemic. Funded through $2.3 million from the Governor's Emergency Education Relief Fund, the scholarships can be used for tutoring by certified New Hampshire educators, as well as special education therapies and services provided by certified New Hampshire special education teachers or licensed therapists.

06/06/2022. Legislation
Provides $150M in grant funds available to eligible districts for high-impact tutoring. Districts must submit a plan to determine eligibility. Funds will be distributed to eligible districts based on the total number of students in that district who are below proficient in math or reading.

06/06/2022. Legislation
Commits up to $15M in federal emergency funding to pay for tutoring for children who are struggling in math and reading. The initiative is funded in response to the learning loss that resulted from the pandemic and pre-existing disparities, particularly in the area of literacy. The state is still developing eligibility criteria but intends to use state test scores as an indicator of needs. Information regarding applications for tutoring organizations, a plan to disburse funds, and identify students for the program are still under development.

06/06/2022. Legislation
Requires all students in a school assigned a letter grade of D or F to have access to tutoring. Tutoring can be provided by the school directly or the parent can choose from approved providers. Requirements include not more than 104 hours per student, group size of no more than five and provided by certified teachers or paraprofessionals.

05/31/2022. Article
Three local universities were awarded federally supported grants totaling more than $1.5 million to start or expand “high-dosage” tutoring programs for local K-12 students in one-on-one or small group settings, according to the Ohio Department of Education. The department said “high-dosage” tutoring is defined by the Annenberg Institute at Brown University as more than three days per week or at a rate of at least 50 hours over 36 weeks.

05/17/2022. Organization
Teens Tutor Teens is designed to allow youth to guide and educate youth on their educational journey. K-12 youth and those seeking GED assistance are paired with Teen Tutors who have undergone rigorous vetting and instruction approval to work with students. It is 1:1 tutoring but can also be a small group.

05/17/2022. Organization
Remind currently provides k-12 math tutoring in alignment with state standards (Common Core or, i.e,. TEKS) and evidence based practice in the areas of math including pre-algebra, algebra 1 and 2, geometry, trig, calculus, stats, and test prep. Remind works with certified and retired teachers and relationships are our focus.

05/17/2022. Organization
We have been in business for over 35 years providing schools, state agencies, and parents with education support. We provide 1:1 and small group virtual tutoring before, during, and after school hours. A student simply signs up on our inquiry form and we assign them a tutor who is highly qualified to teach in that subject area. All of our tutors are educators who can meet the child where they are at and help them recover from covid learning loss using HQIM. We use zoom, so it's easy for students to engage with tutors online. Parents set up a schedule that is convenient for them.

05/17/2022. Organization
Pearl's platform provides a digital campus experience to Admins, Instructors, Students and Parents. Their virtual classroom and integrated administrative tools provide a secure, all-in-one place to host and manage hybrid learning programs. The platform also provides clients the ability to collect and report data associated with all learning session types for attendance and assessment tracking purposes.

04/27/2022. Article
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.

04/18/2022. Legislation
Encourages districts to include tutoring in the implementation of a new Multi-Layered System of Supports (MLSS) to ensure it’s integrated into districts’ larger acceleration strategies. New Mexico has received a total of $1.5 billion in pandemic-relief education funding and the state must set aside $176 million of that money to address unfinished learning. The state has committed $22 million dollars to support districts in the development of targeted, intensive tutoring programs and an additional $40 million to a teacher- pipeline program that will provide tutors in participating districts.

04/18/2022. Legislation
Provides Michigan families with up to $1500 in Learning Loss Grants to be used on tutoring, summer courses, and certain educational supplies. Low-income students and families who have been most affected by school closures during the Covid-19 pandemic will be prioritized.

04/18/2022. Legislation
Supports Local Education Agencies (LEAs) with federal funding to address COVID-19 pandemic learning loss, opportunity and achievement gaps, and need of targeted support for historically underserved students and communities. Initiative is centered around seven “high-leverage strategies” and LEAs must select two strategies–based on their needs that they will implement utilizing the grant award. One of the high-leverage strategies includes “High-Quality School Day Tutoring.” LEAs can use grant funds to implement and improve high-quality tutoring at their sites.

03/30/2022. Organization
The Ignite! Reading program is typically implemented during the independent reading portion of a school’s literacy block or during a designated intervention period. Students receive 15 minutes per day of one-on-one instruction over Zoom from a highly-trained remote tutor. By leveraging Zoom we are able to both ensure that tutors are implementing the curriculum with fidelity and eliminate the traditional challenges of ensuring enough tutors are available at the time and place they are needed.

03/30/2022. Organization
After school tutoring, mentoring and Summer Enrichment programs

03/28/2022. Organization
EdEquityTH was built on the premise of free tutoring and lessons for underprivileged children. There are many people and children around the world who do not have access to quality education so we seek to do our part to help those who do not have access to quality education. Services are completely free and are entirely supported through volunteers, patrons and donations.

03/28/2022. Organization
Students meet in person in small groups, workshop groups, or individually to work towards writing and reading goals. The program is open to students ages 14-18 or students currently enrolled in a high school or the homeschool equivalent.

03/28/2022. Article
Your browser does not support the audio tag. Alan Safran is founder of Saga Education, nonprofit serving low income students through a unique approach to tutoring. Kelly Gallagher-Mackay is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Liberal Arts at Laurier University. She believes that intentional and intensive school-embedded tutoring is key to mitigating learning impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.

03/19/2022. Article
The Illinois Board of Higher Education and the Illinois State Board of Education are supporting a statewide tutoring initiative to address the learning needs of students. The Illinois Tutoring Initiative is based on High-Impact Tutoring Practices grounded in research from the National Student Support Accelerator.