Academic Research Studies on Tutoring

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Leveraging Volunteers: An Experimental Evaluation of a Tutoring Program for Struggling Readers. (2016). Jacob, R., Armstrong, C., Bowden, A. B., & Pan, Y.. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 9(1), 67–92.

TextNow Transition Programme: Evaluation report and executive summary. (2014). Maxwell, B., Connolly, P., Demack, S., O’Hare, L., Stevens, A., & Clague, L. (2014). London: Education Endowment Foundation.…

A one-to-one programme for at-risk readers delivered by older adult volunteers. (2013). Fives, A., Kearns, N., Devaney, C., Canavan, J., Russell, D., Lyons, R., Eaton, P., & O’Brien, A.. Review of Education.

A Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluation of Time to Read, a Volunteer Tutoring Program for 8- to 9-Year-Olds. (2013). Miller, S., & Connolly, P.. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 35(1), 23–37.

The Effect of the Experience Corps® Program on Student Reading Outcomes. (2012). Lee, Y. S., Morrow-Howell, N., Jonson-Reid, M., & McCrary, S.. Education and Urban Society, 44(1), 97–118.

Short-term impact of experience Corps® participation on children and schools: Results from a pilot randomized trial. (2004). Rebok, G. W., Carlson, M. C., Glass, T. A., McGill, S., Hill, J., Wasik, B. A., Ialongo, N., Frick, K. D., Fried, L. P., & Rasmussen, M. D.. Journal of Urban Health : Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 81(1), 79–93.

The effectiveness of adult volunteer tutoring on reading among “at risk” first grade children. (1998). Rimm‐Kaufman, S. E., Kagan, J., & Byers, H.. Literacyeracy Research and Instruction

The Effectiveness of One-to-One Tutoring by Community Tutors for at-Risk Beginning Readers. (1997). Vadasy, P. F., Jenkins, J. R., Antil, L. R., Wayne, S. K., & O’Connor, R. E.. Learning Disability Quarterly, 20(2), 126–139.

Community-based early reading intervention for at-risk first graders. (1997). Vadasy, P. F., Jenkins, J. R., Antil, L. R., & Wayne, S. K.. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice..