Affordable and effective 1:1 Tutoring for local K-12 students.
This database includes an initial set of organizations that offer tutoring, technology platforms or academic interventions along with relevant information if available. Tutoring programs are those organizations that offer one-on-one and/or small group tutoring directly to students, either in-person, virtually, or through both modes of delivery. Interventions offer materials (e.g., an instructional scope and sequence, placement assessment, progress monitoring tools) that could be used within a tutoring program, but do not offer tutoring directly. This is not meant to be an inclusive list, but a starting point. We welcome additional organizations to join the database by completing this form. The intended use for this database is for Districts, States or nonprofits to identify potential tutoring partners, for potential tutors to identify potential employers and for tutoring organizations to have a clearer understanding of the landscape, and to identify interventions that might be useful to their programs, if needed.Displaying 91 - 120 of 166
Students receive daily individual or group tutoring in additional to conventional instruction, extended school day.
Highly trained tutors work with pairs of students in grades 4-8, using evidence-based math interventions created by experts.
Affiliate Programs: Hope Network – Michigan Education Corps, South East Education Cooperative (SEEC)
Our tutors work one-on-one with fifth-, sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade students to help with homework completion at Buford Middle School and Walker Upper School. The tutors mainly motivate and encourage while also answering some questions regarding homework assignments.
We pair students with experienced, background-checked teachers based on preferred learning style for 1:1 online tutoring sessions.
Virtual platform connecting grade 10 math students with certified teachers for homework support. Sessions are by virtual whiteboard or phone and run for 20 minutes.
Small group tutoring program for 1st graders in math, targeted at students at risk of falling behind.
Provides individual academic support to elementary and middle school students who live or attend school in 3 NY neighborhoods.
OpenLiteracy Reading is anchored in the Science of Reading and its high impact tutoring follows a sequence of lessons that begins with letter sounds, beginning blending, and phonological awareness and moving through advanced phonics. Students who complete levels 9 in the OpenLiteracy Reading sequence successfully will read at an end of second grade level.
Paper helps give every student an equal opportunity to excel academically. K-12 school districts throughout the U.S. and Canada count on Paper to promote educational equity, deliver personalized learning, and deploy academic support at scale. Our educational support system (ESS) provides learners with unlimited 24x7 homework help, writing feedback and study support at a predictable fixed cost. Papers specialized tutors deliver on demand, 1:1 academic support in four languages across more than 200 academic subject areas so students always have access to expert extra help exactly when, where and how they need it.
Peer Power recruits and trains high-performing college students, called Success Coaches, to tutor in public classrooms and mentor high school students to encourage active learning, valuing education, and being personally accountable for their futures.
tutoring program for remediating the calculation and word-problem deficits and for promoting the algebraic cognition of third-grade students at-risk or with identified math disability.
Started as a student club at Cornell to provide summer enrichment for urban youth in NYC, now partners with K-12 schools to provide many programs including tutoring.
Saturday program with teacher-led lesson and small group instruction.
Project MORE, Mentoring in Ohio for Reading Excellence, is a evidence based reading volunteer reading mentoring project for students with disabilities, that has demonstrated statistically significant reading results since 1999.
A supplemental literacy intervention program that improves students’ fluency, comprehension, and content knowledge. Instructional routine takes just 15 minutes a day, 3 to 4 times per week.
Ravenswood Reads is a service-learning program in which Stanford students tutor children in Kindergarten through third grade in reading and language acquisition.
Reach Inc. recruits, trains, and hires teens experiencing social and academic challenges to serve as tutors for elementary school students facing challenges of their own.
Read Alliance helps to shrink the achievement gap by pairing early elementary children with high school students trained and paid to provide one-to-one tutoring in foundational reading skills.
Our flagship software integrates phonics, reading, writing & keyboarding in a 40-lesson adventure linking each speech sound to a letter & finger stroke on the keyboard, as users pronounce, segment, type & spell hundreds of words!
Reading Corps combines the people power of AmeriCorps and the science of how children learn to read. Trained AmeriCorps members are placed in early learning centers and elementary schools statewide to serve as literacy tutors for children from age 3 to grade 3. Tutors work with children one-on-one and in small groups daily, providing literacy interventions that are tailored to each learner's needs.
Affiliate Programs: Hope Network – Michigan Education Corps, Reading & Math, Inc., The Literacy Lab, South East Education Cooperative (SEEC), Colorado Youth for a Change, United Ways of Iowa
Evidence-based program that recruits, trains, and supports community volunteers to provide individualized reading instruction to K-4 students
created to help the lowest-performing first and second graders learn to read competently and within the average range for their age groups.
The information contained in the Tutoring Database is a compilation of publicly available information and information voluntarily provided by the identified organizations. THIS DATABASE AND ALL ITS CONTENTS ARE PROVIDED AS IS and are for informational purposes only. Neither Brown University nor the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University nor the National Student Support Accelerator make any guarantees, warranties, or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of the database or the information it contains, and none assume any responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions that the database may contain. Use of this database is at the sole and exclusive risk of the user, and neither Brown University, nor the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, nor the National Student Support Accelerator shall have any liability for any claim, act, or omission arising out of or in connection with the use of the database.
The inclusion of an organization's information in the Tutoring Database does not indicate that Brown University, the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, the National Student Support Accelerator, or any individual associated with these entities endorse or support that organization. The National Student Support Accelerator includes all tutoring programs it is aware of in the Tutoring Database. In contrast, the Accelerator uses the following inclusion criteria for academic intervention materials. To be included, interventions must: 1) have a randomized control trial or quasi-experimental study, 2) that produced an effect size of +0.20 or greater OR 3) have particularly high-quality instructional materials but do not yet have RCT or QES research.