This database includes an initial set of statewide tutoring efforts and state tutoring legislation. It will be updated monthly. The intent is to include all statewide tutoring efforts and state legislation. We welcome submissions of efforts or legislation that we have omitted or corrections by completing this form.
|State||Name of Legislation/Tutoring Effort||Does this effort include legislation?||Status||Date of Status||More Info|
Commits $27M of GEER funding for K-12 education efforts including $500k of funding for TFA-Ignite Tutoring program.
Establishes a statewide Arkansas Tutoring Corps (with a focus on rural areas), to address interrupted learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
|California||more||Yes||Held in Committee and under submission||Link|
|Colorado||more||Yes||Signed by Governor||Link|
|Connecticut||more||Yes||Favorable Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Appropriations||Link|
Requires school districts to (1) adopt high quality and consistent instruction materials (2) provide school leaders and teachers professional learning to provide Tier 1 education to students and… more
|Florida||more||Yes||Signed by Governor||Link|
|Maryland||more||Yes||Passed into law||Link|
|Minnesota||Yes||Passed into law||Link|
|North Carolina||Yes||Signed by Governor||Link|
Partners with local schools to recruit, educate, and activate corps members to support students and accelerate learning through tutoring in NC's neediest districts. Corps members are paid a living… more
Creates TN Accelerating Literacy and Learning Corps, a matching grant opportunity to empower districts to implement or strengthen tutoring supports for students in low ratios and at a high dosage… more
|Yes||Passed into law||Link|
Requires an accelerated learning committee to develop an IEP for every student who does not pass pass the STAAR test in grade 3, 5, or 8 in math or reading. Also, requires the assignment of a… more
|Yes||Passed into law||Effective Date June||Link|
Requires all DCPS schools to implement high-impact tutoring for students in need, reaching approximately 10% of all students.