Our program utilizes high-school and college students to assist younger children that don't have the educational support they need to succeed and reach their potential in school. All meetings we hold are virtual as our tutors and students live across the country. Our sessions are usually held on ZOOM, and schedules for sessions are very flexible as they are agreed upon by the parent/guardian of the student and the tutor. We are open to any accommodations or suggestions you may have as a student or a tutor in the future.
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 121 - 150 of 202
PeerLab first started with a core group of passionate high school students wanting to provide peer-based academic support. Through our interactive site, students can sign up for one-time or recurring sessions. Once matched with a student, tutors will schedule a Zoom/Google Meet.
PeerSquared helps those serving K-12 students build peer tutoring programs, so all their students can have accessible, effective, and relatable academic support for better grades and engagement. Unlike other companies serving tutoring needs, we deliver a comprehensive solution by helping our partners train and manage the program's high school tutors, working with all stakeholders to increase utilization, and deploying a tutoring platform to facilitate 1-on-1 tutoring sessions in-person or virtually.
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!
Research-based literacy intervention programs designed to accelerate student's reading growth through small-group and one-on-one tutoring in foundational reading skills. Primary focus is on foundational reading skills including phonemic awareness, explicit systematic phonics, fluency, and comprehension.
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.
Hope Network – Michigan Education Corps, Reading & Math, Inc., https://hopenetwork.org/michigan-education-corps/
The Literacy Lab, https://theliteracylab.org/
South East Education Cooperative (SEEC), https://www.ndreadingcorps.org/
Colorado Youth for a Change, https://youthforachange.org/join-americorps/join-americorps-colorado-re…
United Ways of Iowa, https://www.uwiowa.org/ReadingCorpsSchools
Evidence-based program that recruits, trains, and supports community volunteers to provide individualized reading instruction to K-4 students
A professional development program, one-on-one, and small group research-based literacy intervention geared towards first graders who are struggling to read.
created to help the lowest-performing first and second graders learn to read competently and within the average range for their age groups.
This innovative literacy program for students in grades 1–3 is committed to helping all children develop accuracy and fluency in decoding.
Saga embeds algebra (or geometry) math tutors as a class within the school day. Our tutor teams can serve 20-40 students per period, and the tutors can work in person or online. Tutors work in ratios of 1:2 to 1:4, and we offer four models.
Two-year computing and mathematics-based curriculum for Key Stage 2 pupils.
We provide one-to-one tutoring for adult education and high school equivalency preparation (GED/TASC/HiSET) at two Cleveland-area locations, as well as nationally in our Virtual Classroom, conducted through Zoom. Our tutors are all volunteers. Unlike other programs, tutors may work with a different student each day. Because our adult learners did not succeed in more traditional classroom settings, our program offers the ultimate flexibility.
Since 2020, Sharity Tutoring Inc. has been committed to supporting our community by providing free tutoring services to as many children as possible. On top of managing countless AP, IB, and AICE classes, the tutors at Sharity Tutoring are extremely involved in their community and are dedicated to providing academic assistance as well as guidance to students in grades K-12. By booking an appointment, individuals will receive a private virtual tutoring session completely free of cost. Sharity Tutoring is a 501(c)(3) certified nonprofit incorporation whose goal is to build a community of learners both locally and internationally through free tutoring services. In order to maximize the number of students Sharity's tutors are able to work with, tutors have developed flexible schedules to accommodate students on weekdays as well as weekends.
SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) is a research-based foundational skills program proven to help both new and struggling readers in grades K-12 build skills and confidence for fluent, independent reading.
Start Making a Reader Today® (SMART®) is a volunteer program widely implemented in Oregon for students in grades preK-3 who are at risk of reading failure. The program is designed to be a low-cost, easy-to-implement intervention. Volunteer readers go into schools where at least 40% of students are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch and read one-on-one with students twice a week for half an hour. Typically, one volunteer works with two children on four types of activities: reading to the child, reading with the child, re-reading with the child, and asking the child questions about what has been read. The program also gives each student two new books a month to encourage families to read together.
Subscription service for college students to ask questions via phone app.
We analyze your child's strengths and weaknesses through a free diagnostic test and then create a personalized strategy that will focus on their weak points and teach the tricks of the SAT/ACT.
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