The past year has been a challenging one for many students because of the changes the COVID-19 pandemic has caused. A new study from the University of Chicago’s Education Lab points to intensive, high-dosage tutoring as a potential solution for high school students who have fallen behind.
The students included in the study were Chicago high school students who were performing well below grade level. This is incredibly exciting data for students and parents of students that are concerned with learning loss.
Educational leaders and educators are entertaining the idea of widespread tutoring for students to catch up and get on a path of success and achievement academically, especially during this unique and challenging time.
If you would like to talk more about this finding and whether you may benefit from intensive, high-dosage tutoring to get back on track this school year, give us a call or send us an email. We’re here to help.
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