### Example Math Tutoring Programs

These math tutoring programs provide a range of examples of how math tutoring can be implemented in different contexts at the school and district level and during out of school time.

**District Tutoring Initiatives**

These example school profiles provide insight to the ways in which districts are implementing tutoring.

**In-school tutoring**

One of the most effective ways to deliver math tutoring is during the school day. These examples illustrate tutoring providers that implement their program during the school day.

**Out-of-School Tutoring**

Examples below illustrate how tutoring can be implemented in an after school context.

### Student Math Performance Landscape

The math landscape information provides pertinent and valuable information on student performance in reading and mathematics in the United States.

**Data on Student Performance **

Understanding national math learning performance and trends is an important tool for math educators when planning instruction, assessing student learning, and analyzing student growth in math learning.

**Improvement Strategies**

A study providing strategies to support middle grades math learning for struggling students.

### PK - 8 Math Tutoring Articles

Bailey, D.H., Duncan, G. J., Murnane, R.J., & Au Yeung, N. (2021). *Achievement gaps in the wake of COVID-19*. Educational Researcher, 2021, Vol. 50 (5), 266 - 275.

Bonner, M. P. (2021). *Practicing culturally responsive mathematics teaching*. Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK - 12. Vol. 114 (1), (6 - 15).

Chine, D. R. et al. (2022). *Educational equity through combined human-AI personalization: A Propensity Matching Evaluation*. In: Rodrigo, M. M/, Matsuda, N., Cristea, A. I., Dimitrova, V. (Eds.) Artificial Intelligence in Education. AIED 2022. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 13355. Springer, Cham.

Creider, S. C. (2020). *Student talk as a resource: Integrating conflicting agendas in math tutoring sessions.* Linguistics and Education, 58, 2020 Journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/linged Science, 49, 709 - 735.

Curtis, K., Lindo, K., Jansen, A. (2021). *Discourse can create a learning culture*. Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK - 12, Vol. 114 (1), (55 - 62).

DeLiema, D. (2017). *Co-constructed failure narratives in mathematics tutoring. Instructional Science*, 45, 709 - 736.

Dougherty, B., Pedrotty Bryant, D., Bryant, B. R., & Shin, M. (2017). *Helping students with mathematics difficulties understand ratios and proportions*. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 49(2), 96–105.

Durkin, K., Star, J. R., & Rittle-Johnson, B. (2017). *Using comparison of multiple strategies in the mathematics classroom: Lessons learned and next steps*. Mathematics Education, 49, 585–597.

Foegen, A., Stecker, P.M., Genareo, V. R., Lyons, R. Olson, J.R. Simpson, A., Romig, J. E., & Jones, R. (2016). *Using an online tool for learning about and implementing Algebra progress monitoring.* TEACHING Exceptional Children, 49(2), 106 - 114.

Haynes, K. B. & Brendle, J. (2019). *Cross-age math tutoring of kindergarten and first grade students by middle school tutors*. International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology (IJEMST), 7(3), 238-250.

Nickow, A., Oreopoulos, P., Quan, V. (2020). *The impressive effects of tutoring on Prek-12 learning: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the experimental evidence.* NBER working paper No. 27476.

Thomas, C. A. & Berry, R. Q. (2019). *A qualitative metasynthesis of culturally relevant pedagogy & culturally responsive teaching: Unpacking mathematics teaching practices*. Journal of Mathematics Education At Teachers College, Spring 2019, Volume 10, Issue 1.

Thurston, A., Roseth, C., Chang, T., Burns, V., Topping, K.J. (2020). *The influence of social relationships on outcomes in mathematics when using peer tutoring in elementary school*. International Journal of Educational Research Open, Volume 1, 2020, 100004, ISSN 2666-3740.

### PK - 8 Math Tutoring Books

Boaler, J. (2022). *Mathematical mindsets: Unleashing students’ potential through creative mathematics inspiring and innovative teaching*. Josey-Bass: Hoboken, NJ.

Django, P., Alim, H. S. (2017). *Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies: Teaching and Learning for Justice in a Changing World*. Teachers College Press: New York, NY.

Gay, G. (2018). *Culturally responsive teaching: Theory, Research and Practice*. Teachers College Press: New York, NY.

Goffney, I., Gutierrez, R. (2018). *Rehumanizing Mathematics for Black, Indigenous, and Latinx Students*. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Inc.

Hammond, Z. L. (2015). *Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain*. Corwin Press.

Ladson-Billings, G. (2009). *The dream-keepers: Successful teachers of African American children.* Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA.

Leonard, J. & Martin, D. B. (Eds.) (2013). *The brilliance of black children in mathematics: Beyond the numbers and towards new discourse*. Information Age Publishing, Inc.: Charlotte, NC.

Martin, D. B., & Mayfield-Ingram, K. (2013, March 15). *The Impact of Identity in K-8 Mathematics Learning and Teaching: Rethinking Equity-based Practices*. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Inc.

Milner, H. R. (2020). *Start where you are, but don’t stay there: Understanding diversity, opportunity gaps, and teaching in today’s classrooms.* Harvard Education Press: Cambridge, MA.

Seda, P., & Brown, K. (2021). *Choosing to See: A Framework for Equity in the Math Classroom*. Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc.: San Diego, CA.